Another day, another close loss for the Chicago Bulls. In what has been an unpleasant trend this season, the Bulls dropped another game that was decided in the clutch, dropping them to 19-23 for the season. Here are three takeaways from the Bulls' deflating loss to the Washington Wizards:
Zach LaVine continues terrific play
With leading scorer DeMar DeRozan sidelined for the first time this season due to a strained right quad, much of the offensive chores were left on the shoulders of Zach LaVine. The athletic wingman delivered, scoring 38 points on 15-of-28 shooting-this was the third time in four games that LaVine scored 35 points or more. He also had four three-pointers, including this improbable one that tied the game at 97-all.
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