CHICAGO Teams

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Zach LaVine will meet with the Bulls medical staff tomorrow to discuss the next step in his comeback. He is hopeful he will start playing a few more minutes starting with the Bulls' next game on Saturday in Atlanta.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors rookie Jordan Bell is in a walking boot and will undergo an MRI on Thursday.

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Dunn faceplants after transition slam (0:43)

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors beat Bulls 119-112. Niko Mirotic has another big night with 24 points in 27 minutes. Big question for Bulls now is the health of Kris Dunn. He took a hard fall on his face after a dunk late in the 4th. He was bleeding and appeared to crack a few teeth.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the worst quarters of the season for the Bulls. They scored just 12 points and were 6-for-25 from the field. The Bulls did not attempt a free throw and were 0-for-7 from beyond the arc. Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and Justin Holiday are a combined 7-for-34 from the field.

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Warriors self-destruct to end 1st quarter (0:28)

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bulls close 1st quarter with a bang. Down 12 at one point, Bulls come roaring back to take a 40-38 lead. Robin Lopez is in the midst of one of his best starts of the season — 10 points, going 5-for-6 from the field. Bulls bench already has 13 points.

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Markkanen locks down Curry (0:22)
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Bell exits after Lopez slams on him (0:54)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala will not play tonight at Chicago.

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1dKyle Bonagura

Music City Bowl refs threatened after UK's loss

Pac-12 referee Chris Coyte, whose decision to eject Kentucky running back Benny Snell from the Music City Bowl was widely criticized, received a barrage of threatening calls to his cell and office phones, sources told ESPN.

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Are the Rockets and Clippers rivals?

Tim MacMahon, Andrew Han, Bobby Marks, Chris Forsberg and Nick Friedell break down the postgame fracas in LA (2:10), officiating difficulties (11:05), most calculated players (20:30) and if the Clippers and Rockets are rivals (25:05). Plus, Kevin Pelton, Kaileigh Brandt and Han answer listener questions (36:05).

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2dGreg Wyshynski

Regrading every NHL team's offseason

We weren't sure what to make of Tampa Bay's summer moves during the preseason. Now? It looks like another brilliant set of transactions by GM Steve Yzerman, Julien BriseBois & Co. Here's how every team's offseason acquisitions look now.

Greg Wyshynski ESPN 

On the fence about watching Winter Olympic men's hockey without NHL players? Sweden just gave you a considerable enticement: Frölunda HC's Rasmus Dahlin, the brilliant 17-year-old defenseman and expected 2018 first overall pick, made the cut for the national team. He joins a roster with several familiar names to NHL fans, including goalie Jhonas Enroth, who last played for the Los Angeles Kings; Viktor Stalberg, formerly of the Chicago Blackhawks and Nashville Predators; and Linus Omark, perhaps best known for his viral YouTube shootout goals … less so for his time with the Edmonton Oilers. Sweden might be the prohibitive favorite for gold.

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2dMike Sando

Re-grading every NFL team's 2017 offseason

Few paid much attention last March when the Minnesota Vikings signed Case Keenum to a one-year contract for $2 million -- but that move became one of the most pivotal of the 2017 season. Here's how every team's offseason acquisitions look now.