The Chicago Bulls beat the Los Angeles Lakers 113-93! Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Chicago Bulls looked to score a Christmas Day victory on Thursday when they took on the Los Angeles Lakers. Derrick Rose and the Bulls had found success all season, but Kobe Bryant and the Lakers were eager to prove they could still score a win in big games. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Los Angeles Lakers got a whole lot of coal for Christmas. First, head coach Byron Scott decided to bench Kobe Bryant for the game, opting to give the superstar a break. And then the Chicago Bulls went out and beat the Lakers, 113-93, led by former Laker Pau Gasol, who finished with 23 points and 13 rebounds. Talk about adding insult to injury. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers rookie Jordan Clarkson received a gift-wrapped layup opportunity against the Chicago Bulls on Christmas, but he ended up turning it into a lump of coal. Clarkson stole the ball at the top of the key in the second quarter and got out on the break. Show More Summary
Jimmy Butler, Pau Gasol and Derrick Rose each scored over 20 points for Chicago in the victory. The Chicago Bulls are starting to find a groove. The Bulls had already racked up victories over Memphis, Toronto and Washington in the last week before hosting the Lakers on Christmas day at the United Center. Show More Summary
The Lakers weren't showing much without Kobe Bryant, trailing the Chicago Bulls at halftime, 58-47, Thursday at United Center.
Kobe Bryant is sitting out his second straight game to rest his sore body, missing the Los Angeles Lakers' contest Thursday night against the Chicago Bulls.
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant will sit out against the Chicago Bulls on Thursday, Coach Byron Scott said (via ESPN) before the game. This will be the second game in a row the 36-year-old will miss due to fatigue. While fans who were eager to see the veteran play are upset, the team might […]
Kobe Bryant will sit out the Christmas Day game against the Chicago Bulls, the second consecutive game he has missed so he can rest.
The Los Angeles Lakers will play the Chicago Bulls without Kobe Bryant on Christmas Day. Bleacher Report's Kevin Ding provided the news from Lakers coach Byron Scott: David Aldridge of NBA.com added more information about his statusShow More Summary
If the NBA's Christmas Day slate was looking to feature two teams traveling in vastly different directions, Thursday night's battle between the Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls was a good choice. The Lakers travel to Chicago at 9-19, working off a Kobe Bryant-less victory over the Golden State Warriors. Show More Summary
The Lakers might actually have a chance now. NBA fans won't be getting Kobe Bryant for Christmas. The 36-year-old Lakers star will sit out against the Chicago Bulls on Thursday with what the team has deemed "overall soreness". The 36-year-old...Show More Summary
D-Rose and Kobe face off in a primetime Christmas Day matchup. The Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers meet for the first time this season on Christmas Day as the NBA's exciting slate of games continues. Both the Bulls and Lakers are coming off impressive victories as they enter the holiday. Show More Summary
The LA Lakers will play the Chicago Bulls in a big match up on Christmas Day today in the NBA. The Lakers are having a difficult time this season, but the Bulls are flying and will be looking for their 20th victory of the season tod...
The Lakers (9-19) upset the Golden State Warriors (23-4) on Tuesday night at Staples Center, despite playing without Kobe Bryant, who sat out to rest his tired legs.
And you think the Lakers are going through strange times.
Nikola Mirotic has demonstrated proficiency in a variety ways over the course of his debut season. His rookie status may not put him in the highest standing with head coach Tom Thibodeau, but it is apparent that the 23-year-old Montenegrin brings so much more to the table than the typical first-year player. Show More Summary
After two career-altering knee injuries, Chicago Bulls' star point guard Derrick Rose has been forced to make a few adjustments to his game. Some of those changes have to be reverted, though. It's no secret that the former league MVP has looked like a different player this season. Show More Summary
Two of the Eastern Conference's best teams squared off on Tuesday night when the Washington Wizards took on the Chicago Bulls. John Wall and the Wizards had seen their six-game win streak snapped their last time out and faced another tough test from Derrick Rose and the Bulls, who had won three straight and six of their last seven. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Washington Wizards host the Chicago Bulls Tuesday, and both teams will look to unwrap an early gift with a victory on the eve of Christmas Eve. The Bulls are coming off a rousing 129-120 win Monday over the Eastern Conference-leading Toronto Raptors. Show More Summary