Sampson's energy and Bogdanovic's big shot elevate Kings past Bulls

Violet Powell
February 7, 2018

Bulls rookie Lauri Markkanen won't return to the lineup Monday against the Kings after all.

Hoiberg said: "Best start we had in a long time".

Zach LaVine, who finished with a season-high 27 points, pushed the lead back to 15 late in the first half with a dunk and foul.

LaVine scored 34.6 FanDuel points on Monday, making it three straight games he's scored at least 34.0 FanDuel points.

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Chicago started off this game well, leading 28-9 after the first quarter while limiting Sacramento to a season-low for scoring in any period this season. An arguably deserved shot considering Lopez's attempt at property damage in the Kings' new home venue. Coach Fred Hoiberg said Dunn is feeling better and is making progress from the concussion he suffered against Golden State on January 17. Malachi Richardson missed his second game with a sprained left ankle.

On his way to the Bulls locker room, Lopez grabbed a chair and angrily tossed it.

It was with just a couple of seconds left in the second quarter that the Bulls star executed one of the best plays of the game that left the crowd inside the Golden 1 Center in awe, demonstrating why he is one of the most exciting young players in the league right now. "I told him, 'That's bad.' I'm not sure the reason behind the technical, but I supposed the officials are absolute and who am I to discredit that? In my mind, such a subdued response".

Markkanen should be able to rejoin the team for Friday's game against the Timberwolves.

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