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17hEric Woodyard

Bulls' LaVine says rant wasn't directed at Boylen

Bulls point guard Zach LaVine says he was yelling at a Oklahoma City's Dennis Schroder late in Tuesday's loss to the Thunder and not, as some surmised, directing his words at coach Jim Boylen.

What's the deal with Jim Boylen's late timeouts? (1:20)
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1dEric Woodyard

Bulls' White has career night vs. AAU mentor CP3

Playing against his former AAU coach Chris Paul and the Thunder, Bulls rookie Coby White scored a career-high 35 points Tuesday night in a close loss. "I watch him play just about every time we don't play, so I'm happy to see him doing well," Paul said.

Lavine goes under and around the rim for slam (0:22)
Lavine erupts for 41 points in narrow loss to Thunder (2:14)
CP3, White embrace after nail-biting finish (0:24)

BBTN: The Astros should stay off social media, Gerrit Cole debuts, White Sox win total jump

Step away from social media, Astros players! That's David Schoenfield's advice as Houston continues to take heat. He and Buster also hit on the energy Gerrit Cole is bringing to Yankees camp, the status of James Paxton and Luis Severino, and how the Red Sox's rotation is shaping up (3:54). Later, Sarah Langs hops on to discuss the Braves attempting to replace Josh Donaldson's production, the White Sox taking a jump in win total and her thoughts on the Cubs' lineup construction (19:47).