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It wasn’t always pretty, but the Bulls held on and snapped a three-game losing streak with a 113-106 victory over the Kings in Sacramento. Four observations from a game the Bulls had to have and wouldn’t be denied:

Bench turns the tide

Out of the gates, this game looked destined for a(nother) lackluster Bulls performance. The team’s first quarter offense was stilted in an all-too-familiar way — in the period, the Bulls shot 7-for-20 (35%) from the field, 3-for-12 (25%) from 3-point range and missed four layups, to boot. They trailed by as many as 11 in the frame.

Somehow, though, they were only behind 23-22 going into the second after closing the first on a 10-0 run. That spurt foreshadowed an explosive remainder of the first half, in which we glimpsed into the alternate reality where every optimistic preseason expectation came to fruition. The bench lit the torch. At the 7:56 mark of the second, Coby White, Ryan Arcidiacono, Denzel Valentine (!), Thad Young and Daniel Gafford all had plus-minuses of at least +13. None of the starters were better than a -7.

The Bulls forced 18 turnovers in the game, due in large part to the tone their scrappy, swarming reserves set early on. The 23 points they generated off said turnovers proved essential in warding off repeated comeback efforts by Sacramento.

Most encouraging is the fact that, after swinging the tide of the game, the rotations stabilized. They had their hiccups, but ultimately held on. All the starters played over 30 minutes; White was the only reserve to see over 20. That’s a formula for sustained success.

For extended stretches, Lauri Markkanen was excellent

In the second quarter, specifically, he did everything you could ask of him, hitting 3-for-4 from downtown and repeatedly attacking the basket with gumption. The bench flipped an 11-point Bulls deficit into a six-point lead over a seven-minute stretch spanning the end of the first and the beginning of the second quarter, but the starters took that baton midway through the period and didn’t miss a beat. The Bulls won the period 33-21 and went into the break leading 55-44.

Markkanen, for his part, canned two threes and and blew by Nemanja Bjelica off-the-dribble for a vicious (and much-needed) dunk in the latter half of the period. It feels hyperbolic to say that a third-year player ‘looked like his own self,’ but he really did on Monday, for the first time in what feels like a long time.

With the eventual victory, the Bulls move to 4-0 in games where Markkanen converts more than three 3-point attempts (he was 4-for-8 tonight).

Buddy Hield got hot, but so did the Bulls

The Kings, of course, didn’t go quietly into the night. The hosts (who hadn’t lost at home since October before this one) admirably stormed back from a 19-point deficit second-half to at one point pull within two. It wasn’t Hield’s most efficient night (9-for-21 from the floor, 3-for-13 from three), but he did lead Sacramento in scoring with 26 points and tallied 14 in the fourth. His presence loomed large with every run the Kings made.

As mentioned, the Bulls finished the first quarter 3-for-12 on 3-pointers. In the final three, they connected on 13 of 25 3-point attempts, and they needed every last one of them.

Bulls (finally) hold a fourth quarter lead

The Bulls entered this game 25th in the NBA in fourth-quarter defensive rating. Hot starts and big leads aren’t completely foreign to this team, but finishing out a full 48 minutes is.

It wasn’t always pretty (as Stacey King said, “they keep you on the edge of your seat”), but they held on tonight. And the guys that sealed the game couldn’t have been scripted better. Early in the fourth, with Buddy Hield beginning to warm, White stymied a few Sacramento bursts with two of his four threes to keep the Bulls at arms-length.

Then, down the stretch, it was Markkanen and LaVine leading the charge. LaVine had two crucial threes down the stretch, including one to put the Bulls up seven with just over a minute to play. Markkanen hit a pivotal long-ball of his own, and he and LaVine combined for eight free throw attempts (making them all) in the fourth. The two each scored 20+ points in the same game for the first time this season, on a combined 13-for-25 (9-for-15 on threes). That’s an extremely encouraging development.

This was a game the Bulls could and should have won. And, for once, they did, handing the Kings their first home loss since October. What lies ahead will be plenty challenging, but for now, they can bask in a clean, deserved victory.

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One of the storylines during the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s late-season resurgence last year was the promising play of the freshman class.

Sophomore center Myles Johnson established himself as a rising star in the paint, while sophomore guards Montez Mathis and Caleb McConnell showed improvement and earned key minutes as the Big Ten slate continued.

The Scarlet Knight (6-1) with the highest upside this year, though, could be Ron Harper, Jr., the 6-foot-6-inch sophomore forward from Franklin Lakes, New Jersey. Harper Jr. has a championship pedigree, growing up under the guidance of his father, Ron Harper, who won five NBA championships with Chicago Bulls and the Los Angeles Lakers.

Harper Jr. soon made a name for himself on the court, becoming a star for Don Bosco Prep under head coach Kevin Diverio. He took a major leap in his senior season, doubling his scoring output to average 20.8 points per game. That scoring punch was a key factor in the Ironmen’s second straight TOC final appearance in 2018.

While Harper Jr.’s career at Don Bosco Prep earned him a four-star rating from Rivals, he wasn’t as highly sought after as guys like Mathis or true freshman guard Paul Mulcahy. Harper Jr. only had two Power 5 offers: one from Rutgers, and the other from Big Ten rival Nebraska.

Despite the Knights being the worst team in the conference (3-15 Big Ten record) at the time of his commitment, Harper Jr. bought in to head coach Steve Pikiell’s vision of what Rutgers basketball could be.

His commitment, which came just a week after Mathis’s in August 2017, marked a significant early milestone for the Pikiell era, as the duo of Harper Jr. and Mathis would be the first time since 2008 that the Knights had multiple four-star recruits in the same class. While it would take time for this group to develop on the court, the tide was beginning to turn for Rutgers on the recruiting trail.

Harper Jr.’s freshman year wasn’t exactly smooth sailing. After dropping 15 points on Fairleigh Dickinson in his debut, he struggled to find minutes in the rotation. When he did see the floor, he was inconsistent — the roughest outing being when he went 2-of-11 from the field in the loss against Seton Hall.

As the team went on a late-season surge in conference play, Harper Jr. finally came into his own and looked the part of a Big Ten scorer. He burst onto the scene in Iowa City, where the forward led the Knights with 27 points as they blew out Iowa 86-72.

But, the real jump for Harper Jr. came out of the offseason. An emphasis on conditioning and physicality saw the forward go up from 230 to 245 pounds, and it’s been paying off through the first seven games of the season.

Harper Jr. is now much more aggressive in the paint, using his added strength to get better looks inside. He’s now a much more efficient scorer, averaging 13.1 points a game on 54.8% shooting.

While Rutgers hasn’t faced any Power 5 teams so far this year, its young core seems poised to take the next step in its development this winter.

But, Harper Jr.’s game translates well to the Big Ten, and the added physicality will bring another dimension for a Knights team that is heavily reliant on Johnson and senior forward Shaq Carter in the paint. He also brings a presence on the glass, averaging six boards a game this year.

While there probably won’t be a single go-to guy for Rutgers this year, it’s clear that Harper Jr. is poised to stand out in big moments on the Banks.

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It was 25 years ago today, at General Motors Place in downtown Vancouver, that Michael Jordan added one of the great regular-season chapters to his already teeming Chicago Bulls legacy.

For the Grizzlies, in their first season as an expansion team, it was a red-letter day—the first time Jordan, now the owner of the Hornets, and the defending champs would play a game in Canada. For the Bulls, it was a bit of a chore, the sixth game of a seven-game, 12-day road trip they took early each season to accommodate the circus coming to Chicago.

In the early going, the Bulls played like a team that was tired of being on the road, Jordan in particular. This was an eye-opener for the locals, including one of the players for the Grizzlies, forward Antonio Harvey, who had grown up with Jordan as his idol. Vancouver was 2-12 at the time and would win 15 games that year. Jordan’s Bulls were 11-2 and would win 72 games.

This did not look like it would be one of those wins. Harvey picks up the story, which he told me for my book, Facing Michael Jordan:

“He was having a real tough night,” Harvey said. “I think he was 4-for-15 from the field, he had only 10 points, and he sat out most of the third quarter. Just a really poor night for a player like Michael Jordan. We came from behind and we were winning the game in the fourth quarter.

“We were an expansion team, it was our first season. We won 15 games that year—everyone was there to see Jordan, not us. But our fans were really into the game, they were giving us a standing ovation because it looked like we were actually going to win. It was a really cool moment for a team that was supposed to be as bad as us.”
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Then one of the Grizzlies did something always unadvisable when facing Jordan—he talked trash. The player was Darrick Martin, a second-year guard who had been plucked from the Timberwolves in the expansion draft.

Martin was averaging 6.5 points in 17.0 minutes at the time but felt he had some standing with Jordan because he’d been one of the players who appeared alongside Jordan in the movie Space Jam the previous summer. With 8:35 to play in the game, Martin knocked down a 3-pointer that put the Grizzlies up, 85-78.

Martin approached the Bulls bench. Again, Harvey:

“The long and short of it is, Darrick thought they were kind of like friends because of the movie because they had hung out during the summer and Darrick thought that meant he could talk trash. So—I have to clean it up, I can’t tell you what was said word-for-word—but Darrick started yelling, ‘Aw, Mike, it’s just not falling tonight, Mike!’ And he ran by their bench and yelled, ‘I told you we were going to beat you, Mike!’”

The Grizzlies could have had a signature win in the franchise’s first season. For the Bulls, it would have been mostly a meaningless loss and Jordan might have stayed on the bench for the rest of the fourth quarter. But Jordan is a bear you don’t want to poke. Martin poked him. Jordan told coach Phil Jackson he wanted to go back in.

“Michael is listening to Darrick and finally, he gets up and checks back into the game,” Harvey said. “He proceeded to score, I think it was 20 points in a row, in just a few minutes. (Jordan scored 19 points in a row, in a six-minute span.) He was doing it all — he was posting up, he was driving to the basket, he was dunking.”

Jordan’s 19 points carried the load for the Bulls, who held the Grizzlies to three the rest of the way. So an 85-78 lead turned into a 94-88 loss.

“Michael hit a fadeaway, falling toward our bench,” Harvey said. “After it went in, he went and leaned down in front of Darrick Martin and said, ‘Shut up, you little (expletive)!’”

Michael Jordan 1995 vs Grizzlies – 19 points in final 6 minutesMichael Jordan goes off for 19 points in the fourth quarter to lead his Bulls to a come-from-behind 94-88 win. MJ finishes with 29. BOX SCORE: http://www.basketball-reference.com/boxscores/199511300VAN.html2008-10-17T06:03:23.000Z
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The Grizzlies didn’t last long from there. The team would go just 101-317 in its first six seasons in Vancouver before the franchise was bought and moved to Memphis. Among those 317 losses, though, was one of the great Jordan-led wins of the Bulls’ championship era.

More than Martin, the guy who suffered most was Byron Scott. While Martin’s mouth got the Grizzlies in trouble, it was the veteran Scott who spent most of the fourth quarter trying to defend Jordan.

“And Byron was at the end of his career, thirty-four or thirty-five years old, trying to keep up with Michael Jordan,” Harvey said. “And Michael was playing angry, which is not a good thing if you’re guarding him. After the game, Byron Scott comes into the locker room and you could tell he was heated, he was not happy with the way that game ended. We had a chance to win a big game on our home floor.

“So it was quiet, and he turns to Darrick and says, ‘Hey, man, do me a favor. Don’t talk (expletive) to my guy. Reserve that stuff for your guy.’ Oh, it was something else. It was maybe the greatest performance I have ever seen firsthand, it was that good.”

Harvey, for one, learned a lesson that day.

“That was the thing you learned from playing against him,” he said. “You can’t give him any motivation.”

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According to the odds, the Bulls even with the fourth poorest record have a small chance of getting the No. 5 selection in the NBA draft lottery. The lowest odds are for pick No. 8 and then for pick No. 5. Though in league history, teams added a lot of future Hall of Famers to their team with the No. 5 pick in the draft. In fact, one would have to go beyond the five best selections in the modern era since 1976 to include all the players in the Basketball Hall of Fame selected with the No. 5 pick. Plus there were some greats in the early years of the NBA at No. 5, like Walt Frazier, Frank Ramsey, Larry Foust, Johnny Green, Jeff Mullins, Guy Rodgers, Bobby Jones and Darryl Dawkins. It could make for some interesting debate to rate the top five all-time No. 5 draft picks. Here’s one version.

1.

Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves, 1995. At the time, teams were hesitant about selecting a player directly from high school after Garnett played his senior year in Chicago. But the gangly seven footer went on to have one of the top careers in league history as a 15-time All-Star, league MVP, Defensive Player of the Year and 12-time all-defense player, four times league leading rebounder and community service winner with a championship late in his career when he resurrected the Boston Celtics.
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2.

Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat, 2003. The Bulls were certain he was going to be available at No. 7. And then the lightly regarded Marquette player from the Chicago area had a big tournament and was a last minute addition for Miami. Wade, who retired this season, went on to be a league scoring leader and 13-time All-Star, three times all-defense and three times an NBA champion, including carrying a Miami team with Shaquille O’Neal in support and then among the most famous championships with LeBron James.
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Charles Barkley, Philadelphia 76ers, 1984. This is a difficult one in a faceoff with Scottie Pippen, who has six titles to none for Barkley. But Barkley was an 11-time All-Star and all-NBA player as well as a league MVP and led the league in rebounding. Like Pippen, he was on two gold medal winning Olympic teams and probably should have been on a third in 1984, but coach Bobby Knight didn’t like his back talk. He averaged more than 22 points and 11 rebounds in his career.
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Scottie Pippen, Seattle Supersonics, 1987. Pippen, of course, became the draft jewel for Jerry Krause in a draft day trade with Seattle for Olden Polynice. Pippen was an All-Star seven times and all-defense 11 times and a league steals leader, though primarily known as the No. 2 player for the Bulls behind Michael Jordan. Many regard Pippen as among the best perimeter individual defenders in the game’s history. He was not a prolific scorer with a career average of about 16 points, but he was one of the premier facilitator forwards in the game.
Scottie Pippen #33 of the Chicago Bulls drives against the Vancouver Grizzlies on January 24, 1996 at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.

5.

Ray Allen, Minnesota Timberwolves, 1996. He was a draft day trade for Stephon Marbury and went on to a Hall of Fame career as a champion in Miami and Boston, converting with the Heat what is considered one of the greatest clutch shots in NBA history in 2013. He was a 10-time All-Star and one of the greatest shooters in the game’s history. He averaged more than 20 points for nine consecutive seasons and shot 90 percent on free throws and 40 percent on threes. He also was a winner of the citizenship and sportsmanship awards.
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And that doesn’t include Hall of Fame No. 5 draft picks like Mitch Richmond and Sidney Moncrief and future Hall of Famer Vince Carter. Plus, two of the best young point guards in the game, Trae Young and De’Aaron Fox, were taken with the No. 5 picks. Other No. 5 selections have included DeMarcus Cousins, Kevin Love, Steve Smith, Kendall Gill, Walter Davis, Jason Richardson, Juwan Howard and Steve Smith.

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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.