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PORTLAND, Ore. — Carmelo Anthony can’t recall another a 10-block game like Trail Blazers teammate Hassan Whiteside had against the Bulls.

Anthony had 23 points and 11 rebounds and the Blazers downed Chicago 107-103 on Friday night for their second victory over the Bulls this week. But Whiteside stole the show with eight points, 15 rebounds and a franchise-record 10 blocks for Portland. It was most in the NBA this season.

“Never seen that before, and I’ve played with some great shot blockers,” Anthony said. “Tyson Chandler was a great shot blocker, Marcus Camby was a great shot blocker. I’ve never seen a guy with 10 blocks in a game.”

Damian Lillard added 28 points, including 10 in the final quarter, for the Blazers, who have won three straight after four consecutive losses.

The Blazers led by as many as 12 points in the third quarter, but the Bulls pulled within 85-84 in the final period. CJ McCollum stalled the rally with a 3-pointer for Portland.

Anthony’s 3 made it 91-84 with 7:28 left and he held up three fingers for the cheering Moda Center crowd as the Bulls called a timeout.

Lauri Markkanen’s 3 closed the gap for Chicago to 93-92. Lillard answered with his own 3 to again hold off the Bulls. After Zach LaVine’s corner 3 with 31.7 seconds left narrowed it to 105-103, Whiteside tipped in Lillard’s shot for the win.
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Carmelo Anthony, who scored 23 points, goes up for a shot during the Trail Blazers’ 107-103 win over the Bulls on Friday night.
Carmelo Anthony, who scored 23 points, goes up for a shot during the Trail Blazers’ 107-103 win over the Bulls on Friday night.NBAE via Getty Images

“I told the guys, I’m insurance now. When they go up for a layup, I’m going to be there. I might not get them all, I know a lot of people want me to get every single one, but I’m going to do my best job to get a lot of them,” Whiteside said about his blocks.

LaVine finished with 28 for the slumping Bulls, who have lost seven of their last nine games.

This was a frustrating one, very winnable,” LaVine said. “We were battling. Dame did what he did in the fourth quarter, turned it up to another level.”

The Blazers have been boosted by the recent signing of Anthony, who scored 25 points in Portland’s 117-94 victory over the Bulls in Chicago on Monday.

The Blazers acquired the 10-time All-Star to shore up the frontcourt and help the team overcome a slow start after going to the Western Conference finals last season. The deal was official Nov. 19.

Between the two games against the Bulls, the Blazers defeated Oklahoma City 136-119 on Wednesday night.

The Bulls fell to the injury-addled Golden State Warriors 104-90 on Wednesday at the new Chase Center to open a three-game road trip.

Tomas Satoransky was a game-time decision for the Bulls with a left toe bruise, but started. Ryan Arcidiacono, who has been slowed by a right elbow strain, also played.

Coby White’s layup put the Bulls up 28-22 near the end of the first quarter but neither team was able to reach a double-digit margin in the first half. Lillard’s layup gave Portland a 49-43 lead late in the opening half and the Blazers went into the break ahead 53-47.

LaVine led all scorers with 18 points at the half, but four of the Blazers starters were in double figures, including Anthony.

Whiteside had collected seven blocks by early in the third quarter, but he also picked up four personal fouls.

The Bulls pulled within 57-56 on Satoransky’s 3-pointer, but Lillard came back with a 3 for Portland. The Blazers went up 72-60 midway through the third quarter on McCollum’s 3-pointer as they appeared to pull away.

But White’s 3-pointer narrowed the gap to 79-76 and the Bulls rallied to within three points heading into the fourth quarter.

“This loss hurts, this is a painful loss, every loss these guys take hurts,” Bulls coach Jim Boylen said. “This was a hard-fought game, give them credit.”

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Chicago Bulls (1st and 2nd Round Draft History)

(Year) Round – Overall Pick – Player – School/Country

(2019) 2nd – 7 – Coby White – North Carolina
(2019) 2nd – 38 – Daniel Gafford – Arkansas

(2018) 1st – 7 – Wendall Carter – Duke
(2018) 1st – 22 – Chandler Hutchison – Boise State

(2017) 1st – 16 – Justin Patton – Creighton
(2017) 2nd – 38 – Jordan Bell – Oregon

(2016) 1st – 14 – Denzel Valentine – Michigan State
(2016) 2nd – 48 – Paul Zipser – Germany

(2015) 1st – 22 – Bobby Portis – Arkansas

(2014) 1st – 16 – Jusuf Nurkic – Croatia
(2014) 1st – 19 – Gary Harris – Michigan State
(2014) 2nd – 49 – Cameron Bairstow – New Mexico

(2013) 1st – 20 – Tony Snell – New Mexico
(2013) 2nd – 49 – Erik Murphy – Florida

(2012) 1st – 29 – Marquis Teague – Kentucky

(2011) 1st – 28 – Norris Cole – Cleveland State University
(2011) 1st – 30 – Jimmy Butler – Marquette University
(2011) 2nd – 43 – Malcolm Lee – University of California, Los Angeles

(2010) 1st – 17 – Kevin Seraphin – France

2000’s

(2009) 1st – 16 – James Johnson – Wake Forest University
(2009) 1st – 26 – Taj Gibson – University of Southern California

(2008) 1st – 1 – Derrick Rose – University of Memphis
(2008) 2nd – 39 – Sonny Weems – University of Arkansas

(2007) 1st – 9 – Joakim Noah – University of Florida
(2007) 2nd – 49 – Aaron Gray – University of Pittsburgh
(2007) 2nd – 51 – JamesOn Curry – Oklahoma State University

(2006) 1st – 2 – LaMarcus Aldridge – University of Texas at Austin
(2006) 1st – 16 – Rodney Carney – University of Memphis

(2005) None

(2004) 1st – 3 – Ben Gordon – University of Connecticut
(2004) 2nd – 31 – Jackson Vroman – Iowa State University
(2004) 2nd – 38 – Chris Duhon – Duke University

(2003) 1st – 7 – Kirk Hinrich – University of Kansas
(2003) 2nd – 36 – Mario Austin – Mississippi State University
(2003) 2nd – 45 – Matt Bonner – University of Florida
(2003) 2nd – 53 – Tommy Smith – Arizona State University

(2002) 1st – 2 – Jay Williams – Duke University
(2002) 2nd – 31 – Roger Mason – University of Virginia
(2002) 2nd – 44 – Lonny Baxter – University of Maryland

(2001) 1st – 4 – Eddy Curry – Thornwood H.S. (IL)
(2001) 2nd – 29 – Trenton Hassell – Austin Peay State University
(2001) 2nd – 44 – Sean Lampley – University of California

(2000) 1st – 4 – Marcus Fizer – Iowa State University
(2000) 1st – 7 – Chris Mihm – University of Texas at Austin
(2000) 1st – 24 – Dalibor Bagaric – Croatia
(2000) 2nd – 32 – A.J. Guyton – Indiana University
(2000) 2nd – 33 – Jake Voskuhl – University of Connecticut
(2000) 2nd – 34 – Khalid El-Amin – University of Connecticut

1990’s

(1999) 1st – 1 – Elton Brand – Duke University
(1999) 1st – 16 – Metta World Peace – St. John’s University
(1999) 2nd – 32 – Michael Ruffin – University of Tulsa
(1999) 2nd – 49 – Lari Ketner – University of Massachusetts Amherst

(1998) 1st – 28 – Corey Benjamin – Oregon State University
(1998) 2nd – 34 – Shammond Williams – University of North Carolina
(1998) 2nd – 58 – Maceo Baston – University of Michigan

(1997) 1st – 28 – Keith Booth – University of Maryland
(1997) 2nd – 57 – Roberto Duenas Hernandez – Spain

(1996) 1st – 29 – Travis Knight – University of Connecticut

(1995) 1st – 20 – Jason Caffey – University of Alabama
(1995) 2nd – 31 – Dragan Tarlac – Serbia

(1994) 1st – 21 – Dickey Simpkins – Providence College
(1994) 2nd – 49 – Kris Bruton – Benedict College

(1993) 1st – 25 – Corie Blount – University of Cincinnati
(1993) 2nd – 41 – Anthony Reed – Tulane University

(1992) 1st – 27 – Byron Houston – Oklahoma State University
(1992) 2nd – 33 – Corey Williams – Oklahoma State University
(1992) 2nd – 39 – Litterial Green – University of Georgia
(1992) 2nd – 52 – Matt Steigenga – Michigan State University

(1991) 1st – 26 – Mark Randall – University of Kansas

(1990) 2nd – 29 – Toni Kukoc – Croatia

1980’s

(1989) 1st – 6 – Stacey King – University of Oklahoma
(1989) 1st – 18 – B.J. Armstrong – University of Iowa
(1989) 1st – 20 – Jeff Sanders – Georgia Southern University

(1988) 1st – 11 – Will Perdue – Vanderbilt University

(1987) 1st – 8 – Olden Polynice – University of Virginia
(1987) 1st – 10 – Horace Grant – Clemson University
(1987) 2nd – 28 – Rickie Winslow – University of Houston
(1987) 2nd – 33 – Tony White – University of Tennessee

(1986) 1st – 9 – Brad Sellers – Ohio State University
(1986) 2nd – 28 – Larry Krystkowiak – University of Montana

(1985) 1st – 11 – Keith Lee – University of Memphis
(1985) 2nd – 28 – Ken Johnson – Michigan State University
(1985) 2nd – 34 – Aubrey Sherrod – Wichita State University
(1985) 2nd – 46 – Adrian Branch – University of Maryland

(1984) 1st – 3 – Michael Jordan – University of North Carolina
(1984) 2nd – 37 – Ben Coleman – University of Maryland
(1984) 2nd – 43 – Greg Wiltjer – North Idaho College

(1983) 1st – 5 – Sidney Green – University of Nevada, Las Vegas
(1983) 2nd – 25 – Sidney Lowe – North Carolina State University
(1983) 2nd – 29 – Larry Micheaux – University of Houston

(1982) 1st – 7 – Quintin Dailey – University of San Francisco
(1982) 2nd – 26 – Ricky Frazier – University of Missouri
(1982) 2nd – 30 – Wallace Bryant – University of San Francisco
(1982) 2nd – 31 – Rod Higgins – California State University, Fresno

(1981) 1st – 6 – Orlando Woolridge – University of Notre Dame
(1981) 2nd – 32 – Mike Olliver – Lamar University

(1980) 1st – 4 – Kelvin Ransey – Ohio State University
(1980) 2nd – 26 – Sam Worthen – Marquette University

1970’s

(1979) 1st – 2 – Dave Greenwood – University of California, Los Angeles
(1979) 2nd – 33 – Lawrence Butler – Idaho State University

(1978) 1st – 9 – Reggie Theus – University of Nevada, Las Vegas
(1978) 2nd – 31 – Marvin Johnson – University of New Mexico

(1977) 1st – 13 – Tate Armstrong – Duke University
(1977) 2nd – 23 – Mike Glenn – Southern Illinois University
(1977) 2nd – 30 – Steve Sheppard – University of Maryland
(1977) 2nd – 35 – Mark Landsberger – Arizona State University

(1976) 1st – 2 – Scott May – Indiana University
(1976) 2nd – 18 – Willie Smith – University of Missouri

(1975) 2nd – 30 – Steve Green – Indiana University
(1975) 2nd – 32 – John Laskowski – Indiana University

(1974) 1st – 14 – Maurice Lucas – Marquette University
(1974) 1st – 16 – Cliff Pondexter – California State University, Long Beach
(1974) 2nd – 27 – Leon Benbow – Jacksonville University

(1973) 1st – 12 – Kevin Kunnert – University of Iowa
(1973) 2nd – 24 – Kevin Stacom – Providence College
(1973) 2nd – 30 – Wendell Hudson – University of Alabama

(1972) 1st – 11 – Ralph Simpson – Michigan State University

(1971) 1st – 15 – Kenny McIntosh – Eastern Michigan University
(1971) 2nd – 20 – Willard Sojourner – Weber State University
(1971) 2nd – 32 – Howard Porter – Villanova University

(1970) 1st – 11 – Jimmy Collins – New Mexico State University
(1970) 2nd – 28 – Paul Ruffner – Brigham Young University

1960’s

(1969) 1st – 5 – Larry Cannon – La Salle University
(1969) 2nd – 16 – Simmie Hill – West Texas A&M University
(1969) 2nd – 20 – Ken Spain – University of Houston
(1969) 2nd – 23 – Johnny Baum – Temple University

(1968) 1st – 4 – Tom Boerwinkle – University of Tennessee
(1968) 2nd – 17 – Loy Petersen – Oregon State University
(1968) 2nd – 19 – Ron Dunlap – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

(1967) 1st – 3 – Clem Haskins – Western Kentucky University
(1967) 2nd – 15 – Byron Beck – University of Denver

(1966) 1st – 10 – Dave Schellhase – Purdue University
(1966) 2nd – 20 – Erwin Mueller – University of San Francisco

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Jimmy Butler only played one season with MVP Derrick Rose on the Chicago Bulls, but that one season was enough for Butler to know that prime D-Rose was something special.

Butler says Rose, before the injuries, is the most unstoppable player he’s played with in his career, via The Players’ Tribune:

“Man, I was there with prime D-Rose, like MVP Rose. When I would see him do stuff in practice, I thought, ‘Man, that’s absolutely incredible.’ And then he’d go and do it two times in the game. I was like, ‘This guy is for real.’ “

Rose became the youngest MVP in NBA history during the 2010-11 season. He averaged 25.0 points and 7.7 assists while leading the Bulls to 62 regular season wins and a trip to the Eastern Conference Finals.

The next season, Rose put up 21.8 points and 7.9 assists in 39 games. The 2011-12 season was the lockout season. That was Butler’s first year on the Bulls and he was in awe of what Rose was doing on a nightly basis.

Unfortunately, Rose tore his ACL in Game 1 of the Bulls’ first round series against the Philadelphia 76ers in the 2012 playoffs. That was the first of four knee surgeries for Rose, who is now a sixth man contributor for the Detroit Pistons.

However, despite coming off the bench, Rose is still very productive. He’s averaging 16.5 points and 5.2 assists for Detroit while shooting 50.0 percent from the floor.

D-Rose finished his Bulls career with averages of 19.7 points and 6.2 assists in 406 games.

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It’s hard to tell at this moment what it would take for the Chicago Bulls front office to finally part ways with head coach Jim Boylen.
If this downward spiral continues for the Chicago Bulls for much longer, all options should be on the table as to what to do to fix this problem and right the ship. The Bulls sit with a record of 6-14 through the first 20 games of the regular season. That’s not where head coach Jim Boylen and the Bulls wanted to be at after upgrading the roster significantly over the offseason.

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John Paxson and Gar Forman seem to love what they have in Boylen. Losing doesn’t seem to bother the coaching staff or the front office, which is going to be a problem that continues to annoy the fans. The Bulls are working their way well outside the playoff picture in the Eastern Conference, and toward another draft lottery pick.

However, the Bulls could repair the damage from the top-down this season if they finally make the move to shakeup either the coaching staff, front office, or both. GarPax and Boylen aren’t popular with the fan base, and with good reason. They just haven’t done anything to further this rebuild in its third year.

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This brand of Bulls basketball is getting harder and harder to watch every single game. With this latest Western Conference road trip largely coming up short, the impatience should only continue to grow from here.

Here’s a look into the three best current coaching candidates that could be called upon to replace Jim Boylen as head coach for the Chicago Bulls if he were to see the door by the end of the 2019-20 regular season.

It’s taken more than a month, but the Portland Trail Blazers finally have a little momentum.

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The Blazers defeated the Chicago Bulls 107-103 Friday night at the Moda Center, dismissing the NBA’s third-youngest team for the second time in the five nights.

The win gives the Blazers (8-12) their first three-game winning streak of the season.

Hassan Whiteside set a franchise record for blocks, Carmelo Anthony continued his NBA renaissance, Rodney Hood had another solid outing and the Blazers’ dynamic backcourt took care of the rest as Portland continued to creep out of its early-season funk.

WHITESIDE SETS BLOCK RECORD

Whiteside had the type of dominant defensive performance the Blazers were expecting when they acquired him from the Miami Heat in a four-team trade during the offseason, finishing with eight points, 15 rebounds and a franchise-record 10 blocks.

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The Blazers’ starting center blocked his first shot one minute, eight seconds into the game, swatting away a Zach LaVine floater, and the rejections came in waves from there, as he owned the paint against a Bulls team that thrives off driving to the basket.

Whiteside blocked four shots in the first quarter, had six by halftime, and collected a couple in crunch time that helped the Blazers fight off a surprisingly stiff challenge from Chicago (6-14).

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“Hassan had a hell of a game tonight,” Anthony said. “Being the anchor on the defensive end. We kind of fed off of that.”

Whiteside tied the franchise record with 4:55 left, when he blocked a LaVine driving layup from behind to preserve a four-point lead. And then, with 1:43 left and the Blazers clinging to a 101-98 lead, Whiteside swatted away a Tomas Satoransky drive to set the franchise mark.

He broke a record that had been shared by Bill Walton, Joel Przybilla, Theo Ratliff and Mychal Thompson.

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When told after the game that Walton was one of the players who owned the old record, Whiteside beamed.

“Anytime you beat a Hall of Fame record, it’s special,” he said.

But it wasn’t just Whiteside’s dominant shot-blocking that carried the Blazers Friday night. His last bucket came on a crucial last-second put-back that helped preserve the victory.

With the Blazers holding a 105-103 lead, Lillard tried to ice the game with a 9-foot turnaround jumper. It missed. But Whiteside skied out of nowhere and followed the errant shot with a left-handed tip-in with 8.8 seconds left, sealing the win.

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He ended up finishing two points shy of his fifth career triple-double. Whiteside, who fell two blocks shy of his career high, owns four of the NBA’s last five triple-doubles that include blocks.

Either way, for a player who has endured an injury-riddled and up-and-down beginning with the Blazers — and even had his effort challenged — it was a performance worth remembering.

“He had a great, great defensive performance,” Lillard said. “I thought it was pretty much the difference in the game for us. He came up big on the glass, rebounding out of his area and he blocked 10 shots. If they didn’t change (their offense), he probably would have blocked 15. That’s the version of him that we need to be the team that we planned on being to start the year.”

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Anthony continued to be a valuable addition for the Blazers, finishing with 23 points, 11 rebounds and four assists, Lillard had 28 points and six assists and CJ McCollum added 20 points and seven rebounds. All the while, Hood added another solid outing to his underrated season, recording 19 points on 7 of 12 shooting, including 3 of 5 from three-point range.

LaVine led the Bulls with 28 points, six rebounds and five assists and Wendell Carter Jr. added 16 points and nine rebounds.

HOME COOKIN’

It was the Blazers’ second consecutive win at home at an important point of the season. After a road-heavy first month, they will play 10 of their next 14 games at the Moda Center, where they have traditionally excelled.

So while the three-game winning streak features a pair of wins against the Bulls and a victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder, they are also much needed for a Blazers team desperate to build a little holiday momentum after underwhelming most of the season.

The Chicago Bulls aren’t performing well as a team, so let’s talk about the individuals. Here’s how the players stack up against each other.
After 10 regular-season games, the Chicago Bulls were really disappointing. Now, after 20 games, they’re somehow even more disappointing. They’re 6-14 on the season and have the second-worst offense in the league. So much for this “playoff-hopeful” team.

Despite the Bulls playing horrible basketball as a unit over the first 20 games of the 2019-20 season, there has been some nice individual play. Let’s get into it.

8. Ryan Arcidiacono
Previous ranking: Unranked

Ryan Arcidiacono is arguably the least skilled player on the entire Bulls roster. There are a lot of G League guys that have more raw basketball skill than Arch. He brings two things to the table every night that earn him a spot on this list, though: effort and savviness.

His savvy play often pays off on both offense and defense. On offense, he uses noon-ball moves in the paint that help free him up for open floaters. On defense, he pulls the chair out when bigger opponents think they can post him up. He truly is one of the most intelligent players on this roster.

If you need a stat to quantify Arch’s effort, look no further than the list of players who have taken the most charges so far this season. Arch is tied for seventh.

When Ryan Arcidiacono is on the floor, you don’t have to worry about him. He’s not going to make egregious mistakes, which is more than you can say for a few guys on the roster.