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    Hornets sting Bulls in forgettable Chicago game after memorable All-Star weekend

    Feb 21, 2020
    Malik Monk celebrates with Devonte Graham in the second half.
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    By JARED WYLLYS

    CHICAGO — Malik Monk scored 25 points, Miles Bridges added 22 and the Charlotte Hornets hung on to beat the cold-shooting Chicago Bulls 103-93 on Thursday night (Friday, Manila time).

    After the NBA put on a memorable show last weekend with the All-Star festivities in Chicago for the first time since 1988, the Hornets and Bulls delivered a rather forgettable performance.

    The Hornets let a 21-point lead in the third quarter shrink to two. But they regrouped to win their third in a row after losing five straight and 13 of 14.

    The Bulls missed their first 17 3-pointers before Zach LaVine made one in the third quarter and 7 of 31 from beyond the arc in losing their seventh straight game.

    P.J. Washington scored 17 points for Charlotte. Cody Zeller added 16 points and eight rebounds. Bridges also grabbed eight rebounds after taking MVP honors in the Rising Stars Challenge at the United Center during All-Star weekend.

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    PJ Washington wins a rebound battle against Thaddeus Young.

    Thaddeus Young led Chicago with season highs of 22 points and 11 rebounds. LaVine scored 19 points.

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    Hornets: G Dwayne Bacon scored 51 points Wednesday for the Greensboro Swarm in his first game after being assigned to the G League. "The G League has been really good to us. We've gained a lot of experience and a lot of confidence with our guys that go to Greensboro, and this is a great example of that," Hornets coach James Borrego said. ... Miles Bridges won the Rising Stars MVP during All-Star Weekend in Chicago.

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    Bulls: C Daniel Gafford (dislocated right thumb, sprained right ankle), playing for just the second time since Jan. 15, finished with five points and four rebounds. ... Young's previous highs were 21 points against Toronto on Feb. 2 and 10 rebounds against Philadelphia on Feb. 9.

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    Malik Monk celebrates with Devonte Graham in the second half.
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