Watch NBA Zach LaVine & Lauri Markkanen Both Set Career-Highs In Chicago! | February 23, 2019

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Behind career-highs in points from both Zach LaVine (42 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists) and Lauri Markkanen (35 points, 15 rebounds), the Bulls defeated the …

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  1. Damn it was nice to watch these to be a legit problem for Boston. They played one two punch basketball and everybody else played hard as role players. Porter really opens the court up because his jumper is so true. The core is developing and pieces are looking like they fit.

  2. Wait till this big 3 of Dunn LaVine and Markannan get a year or 2 together with few injuries. At least a 8th seed with them 3 alone hopefully we can get Cam Reddish in this years draft I feel like he would gel well with our squad

  3. That's my hometown team, everyone Ik tells me the Bulls aren't good and they'll never be good again..I tell them there wrong and in a couple years were gonna be back in the Playoffs and taking over the league. Mark My Words -2/24/19

  4. I like the Bulls because they're play style is still old school basketball like, pump fake mid range, turnaround mid-range and attack the paint aggressively like smashing the paint over and over again giving the defenders a taste of their aggression inside the paint.. I mean when I watch a Bulls game they rarely shoot 3's instead they get high percentage shots inside the arc and they're also good at the defensive-end putting so much effort on defending Shooters, Slashers and Rebounders.. I don't really care about they're record they're pretty entertaining to watch compare to playoff contender teams where the game is decided on how many superstars you have on your roster and former superstar level 2nd Unit. Guess times are changing… ???

  5. It is great that this is happening but the bulls need to start losing some games. I like what I see and I don't want to end up picking 6th. At least be in the top 4.

  6. if we get the top pick take Zion, if not take morant or another guard ( not barret or cam). Keep finding pieces in FA, and late in the draft. We taking our time baby. No need to rush our rebuild.

  7. Im from?? and big fan of Lauri, but I dont care who is better him or Zack I care more about Chicago Bulls and Im wery proud that Lauri is part of this legendary team and hope he plays hes whole career in Chicago?! You all must know this when talking about Lauris potential, he played only 1 year in collage before NBA and this is hes second season… before that he played in fucking Finland not in Spain like Luca, you dont have any idea how bad the competition was here and then its really hard to learn to be a better player, so now we can say that he has played only less than 3 years to reach hes sealing! Basketball aint got shit in here when talking about Ice-hockey or football (soccer)+ more and he was also wery good in both of those sports… just wait and see, we finns dont talk a lot we do and Lauri has this thing called sisu that cant be translated in english but wikipedia says this:

    Sisu is a Finnish concept described as stoicdetermination, tenacity of purpose, grit, bravery, resilience,[1][2] and hardiness[3][4] and is held by Finns themselves to express their national character. It is generally considered not to have a literal equivalent in English.

    Sisu is a grim, gritty, white-knuckle form of courage that is presented typically in situations where success is against the odds. It expresses itself in taking action against the odds and displaying courage and resoluteness in the face of adversity, in other words, deciding on a course of action and then sticking to that decision, even despite repeated failures. It is in some ways similar to equanimity, with the addition of a grim kind of stress management.

  8. Lavine's jumper is wet!!! Markkanen honestly had a little sophomore slump with his range but he's still young and will improve.. If they both get that 3 pt around 38-40% we have a new pair of splash bros

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