Los Angeles Clippers vs. Chicago Bulls
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With the at least three newcomers to play with, the Los Angeles Clippers still managed to win the game against the Chicago Bulls on Sunday evening with the final score of 113-103.
The Clippers played with a home court advantage at the Staples Center.
The Clippers played for the first time with their newly acquired players from the Detroit Pistons in exchange for center Blake Griffin and somehow managed to win the match against the Bulls last Sunday night.
The new players they have include Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic and Avery Bradley, who blended will with the other players to defeat the struggling Bulls at home.
Despite playing his first game in L.A., Tobias Harris made an impressive debut by scoring 24 points, grabbing 4 rebounds and 2 assists for the game. He had a better game with his new teammates Danilo Gallinari who likewise scored 24 points, Lou Williams with 21 points and Montrezl Harrell scored 14 points.
Currently, the Clippers have a 26-25 record and still need to win more games.
As for the Bulls that continuously seeing themselves on the brink of elimination, most of the players scored in double figures, but still fail to win against their opponent.
Zach LaVine led the team in scoring with 21, Paul Zipser added 16 points, Robin Lopez had 15 points, Jerian Grant with 14 points, Justin Holiday scored 13 points and Bobby Portis added 10 points.
Unfortunately, the Bulls still failed to win and now had an18-34 record.
Scoring by quarters:
Credit image: Los Angeles Times