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Here’s your daily recap of movements in the all-time lists for scoring, rebounds, assists, blocks, steals and three-pointers after yesterday’s games.
Buddy Hield No. 54 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Ryan Anderson with 1,326 three-pointers. He’s now tied with Mitch Richmond
Mike Conley No. 59 in assists now
Moved ahead of Karl Malone with 5,249 assists. He’s now 9 away from Stephen Curry
CJ McCollum No. 61 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Mookie Blaylock with 1,284 three-pointers. He’s now 2 away from Kyrie Irving
DeMar DeRozan No. 64 in points now
Moved ahead of Jason Terry with 18,885 points. He’s now 55 away from Scottie Pippen
Jrue Holiday No. 65 in assists now
Moved ahead of Jose Manuel Calderon with 5,154 assists. He’s now 21 away from Sleepy Floyd
Bojan Bogdanovic No. 86 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Quentin Richardson with 1,168 three-pointers. He’s now 3 away from Ben Gordon
Nikola Vucevic No. 92 in rebounds now
Moved ahead of Gus Johnson with 7,382 rebounds. He’s now 22 away from Rasheed Wallace
Jordan Clarkson No. 131 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Danny Granger and Danny Ainge with 1,007 three-pointers. He’s now 2 away from Morris Peterson
DeMarcus Cousins No. 146 in rebounds now
Moved ahead of Herb Williams, Willie Naulls and Kevin Durant with 6,511 rebounds. He’s now 26 away from David Greenwood
Harrison Barnes No. 150 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Michael Adams with 952 three-pointers. He’s now 4 away from Raja Bell
DeMar DeRozan No. 158 in assists now
Moved ahead of Walt Hazzard with 3,562 assists. He’s now 1 away from Pete Maravich
Justin Holiday No. 162 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Rasual Butler with 913 three-pointers. He’s now 1 away from Brandon Jennings
Eric Bledsoe No. 163 in assists now
Moved ahead of Chris Webber, Anfernee Hardaway and Ricky Sobers with 3,527 assists. He’s now tied with Jalen Rose
Kemba Walker No. 163 in points now
Moved ahead of Al Jefferson with 14,348 points. He’s now 51 away from Jojo White
Terry Rozier No. 181 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of John Stockton with 847 three-pointers. He’s now 2 away from Sam Perkins
Clint Capela No. 184 in blocks now
Moved ahead of Dennis Johnson and Christian Laettner with 676 blocks. He’s now 4 away from Jonas Valanciunas
Kevin Love No. 185 in points now
Moved ahead of Chuck Person with 13,881 points. He’s now 11 away from Marques Johnson
Blake Griffin No. 189 in rebounds now
Moved ahead of George Johnson with 5,889 rebounds. He’s now 51 away from Vern Mikkelsen
Giannis Antetokounmpo No. 196 in points now
Moved ahead of Kyrie Irving, Baron Davis and Cliff Hagan with 13,461 points. He’s now 55 away from Dave Cowens
Ben McLemore No. 198 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Martell Webster and Patrick Beverley with 791 three-pointers. He’s now tied with Shawn Marion
PJ Tucker No. 201 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Patrick Beverley with 789 three-pointers. He’s now 1 away from Martell Webster
Jrue Holiday No. 210 in points now
Moved ahead of Jeff Mullins with 13,019 points. He’s now 39 away from Metta World Peace
Nikola Jokic No. 217 in assists now
Moved ahead of Gary Grant with 3,016 assists. He’s now 7 away from Jeff Mullins
Blake Griffin No. 226 in assists now
Moved ahead of Anthony Mason with 2,967 assists. He’s now 14 away from Rolando Blackman
Austin Rivers No. 229 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Dominique Wilkins, Fred VanVleet, Kelly Olynyk and Jeff Teague with 712 three-pointers. He’s now 2 away from Keith Bogans
Mason Plumlee No. 232 in blocks now
Moved ahead of Orlando Woolridge with 570 blocks. He’s now 1 away from Keon Clark
Alex Len No. 239 in blocks now
Moved ahead of Kermit Washington with 551 blocks. He’s now 2 away from Nate Thurmond
DeMarcus Cousins No. 234 in points now
Moved ahead of Otis Birdsong and Jack Marin with 12,545 points. He’s now 113 away from Nick Van Exel
Duncan Robinson No. 249 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Isaiah Rider with 672 three-pointers. He’s now tied with Sam Cassell
What’s the buzz on Twitter?
Eric Walden @tribjazz Mike Conley, asked about why the team keeps having lapses in focus, said there’s not enough times where all 5 guys on the court are doing the right things together simultaneously. – 1:30 AM
Eric Walden @tribjazz Mike Conley said that Quin delivered a lengthy postgame message to the team that they’ve seen the film, they know what they need to do, and they’re at the point where there needs to be individual accountability to actually do those things. – 1:25 AM
Tony Jones @Tjonesonthenba Quin Snyder: we just battled back. We have a 20 point lead up in the first quarter because we didn’t focus on the things that we need to focus on to win games. Mike Conley spilled his guts on the court tonight – 12:59 AM
Eric Walden @tribjazz FINAL: Suns 105, Jazz 97. A nice comeback try, powered by Mike Conley (16/10) and Jordan Clarkson (26/5), but they fell apart during a late 8-0 stretch. Hassan had 16/11 but had some really bad moments. And the Jazz ultimately had no answers for Booker (43/12/4) and CP3 (21/4/5). – 12:37 AM
Andy Larsen @andyblarsen Suns win 105-97. It was a Jazz good comeback, but an incredibly undisciplined finish to the game.
Devin Booker had 43/12/3, was a +18.
Clarkson had 26/5/2, he was a +2.
Conley: 16p/10a — was maybe the hardest playing player on the floor.
Jazz play Grizzlies on Friday. – 12:37 AM
Sarah Todd @NBASarah The end of this one is Mike Conley and JC clawing the Jazz back in. Hassan committing a bad foul and getting pissed for a T on top of it and then Booker making incredible shots. – 12:32 AM
Casey Holdahl @CHold Mavs 132, Blazers 112: FINAL. 23 points, 7 assists for @Anfernee Simons. 20 points, 6 assists, 4 rebounds for @CJ McCollum. 19 points, 9 rebounds for @Norman Powell. 18 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists for @Jusuf Nurkic. – 12:29 AM
Tony Jones @Tjonesonthenba 3:06 remaining in a good one: the Jazz trail the Suns 94-92….offensively, mike Conley and Jordan Clarkson have carried this team. Defensively, Utah is going to have to figure out pick and roll coverage. Chris Paul is getting whatever he wants in the fourth quarter – 12:27 AM
Casey Holdahl @CHold Mavs 98, Blazers 81: end of third quarter. 20 points, 4 rebounds/assists for @CJ McCollum. 17 points, 9 rebounds for @Norman Powell. 14 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists for @Jusuf Nurkic. 12 points, 5 assists for @Anfernee Simons. – 11:54 PM
KC Johnson @KCJHoop DeMar DeRozan doesn’t need a somber anniversary to think about Kobe Bryant.
Nevertheless, the two-year mark since Bryant’s tragic passing brought with it plenty of impact for DeRozan.
For @NBCSChicago: nbcsports.com/chicago/bulls/… – 11:50 PM
Paul Garcia @PaulGarciaNBA “Me and DeMar talk everyday. That’s my brother, that’s my family. Nothing changed, just the teams.” – Dejounte Murray on staying close with DeMar DeRozan, even after DeRozan went to another team. – 11:21 PM
Julia Poe @byjuliapoe DeMar DeRozan on his back-and-forth with OG Anunoby tonight: “I call him sometimes and just tell him, ‘Stop fouling because I feel like you’re gonna foul me every time you just think about me.'” – 11:04 PM
Rob Schaefer @rob_schaef Final: Bulls 111, Raptors 105
DeRozan: 29 pts, 7 ast, 7 reb
LaVine: 23 pts, 8 ast, 8 reb
Vucevic: 17 pts, 15 reb, 8 ast
Another tight finish after building big lead, but Bulls hold on to move to 30-17 – 10:26 PM
Julia Poe @byjuliapoe Vooch knocks down a 3-pointer with 13.9 seconds left to extend the lead to 111-105, then turns to the crowd for his best ‘are you not entertained’ impression. Big shot from a guy who’s been struggling off and on through recent weeks. – 10:25 PM
James Ham @James_HamNBA “We haven’t stopped anybody. Everyone we’re playing are having career nights. Everyone we’re playing is having a field day. Until we get the defensive side of the ball consistently under control, it’s not going to matter whether we score 98 points or 130.” -Harrison Barnes – 10:24 PM
Sarah Todd @NBASarah Bojan Bogdanovic just threw his finger splint toward the scorers table — the finger splint he’s supposed to keep on in order for his finger avulsion fracture to heal. Bending means no healing. – 10:23 PM
Julia Poe @byjuliapoe Gary Trent Jr. has really gotten under the skin of the Bulls starters all game. Went back and forth with DeRozan all night and now Vooch chirps with him a bit after a physical jump ball tie up. – 10:05 PM
Jamal Collier @JamalCollier DeMar DeRozan just picked up his second technical foul of the night.
He drew one for grabbing the net earlier and just got one for slamming the ball on the court, but apparently the first doesn’t count toward ejection?? – 9:53 PM
Darnell Mayberry @DarnellMayberry Like most of us on press row, the Raptors were wondering why DeMar DeRozan wasn’t ejected after getting called for his second technical foul.
Apparently grabbing the net (his first T) doesn’t qualify as an individual tech toward disqualification. – 9:53 PM
Julia Poe @byjuliapoe DeMar DeRozan gets called for an offensive foul bringing the ball up, then earns a tech for slamming the ball on the ground. He’s still chewing the referee out as Trent takes his free throws. – 9:52 PM
Julia Poe @byjuliapoe DeMar DeRozan smashes a block off the backboard to slow a 13-0 Toronto run, but it’s called a foul. Boos building to a crescendo here with each new angle the fans get on the big screen. – 9:47 PM
Joe Vardon @joevardon Meanwhile, I see back at home, the Cavaliers finally have their signature win — a dismantling of Giannis, Jrue, Middleton, and the defending-champion Milwaukee Bucks. Incredible. Cleveland is tied for the East lead with 30 wins – 9:21 PM
Josh Lewenberg @JLew1050 DeRozan/LaVine/Vucevic in 1st half: 45 pts on 19-27 FG. They’ve also got 21 reb and 16 ast. As tough as just about any trio offensively.
Meanwhile, it’s been a while since a team defended Siakam (4 pts, 1-6 FG) as well as the Bulls are. Showing him multiple bodies with FVV out – 9:15 PM
Sean Cunningham @SeanCunningham Just as I say empty the bench and pack it in, Kings show signs of life. Harrison Barnes up to 20 points now and trim the Hawks lead to 20 with under a minute to go in the 3rd – 9:13 PM
Mike McGraw @McGrawDHSports #Bulls led Toronto early 14-2 and 26-12, Raptors came back to tie it a few times, now Bulls lead 67-50 at half. DeRozan has 21, LaVine 14, Vucevic 10 & 10. Won’t be many chances in the next 3 weeks for Bulls to be the better-rested team, need to take advantage. – 9:10 PM
Julia Poe @byjuliapoe Bulls lead 67-50 heading into the locker room.
DeMar DeRozan (21 points, 4 assists) leads scoring with Zach LaVine (14 points, 6 assists) and Nikola Vučević (10 points, 6 assists) playing well off each other. – 9:10 PM
Rob Schaefer @rob_schaef Bulls lead Raptors 67-50 at half
Big 3 of DeRozan (21 pts, 4 ast), LaVine (14 pts, 6 ast) and Vucevic (10 pts, 6 ast) combined for 45 points and 16 assists
Bulls have 22 assists on 28 made field goals – 9:09 PM
Darnell Mayberry @DarnellMayberry Halftime: Bulls 67, Raptors 50.
Great half by the Bulls’ big three. DeMar DeRozan leads the way with 21 points, four rebounds and four assists. Zach LaVine has 14 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Nikola Vučević has 10 points, 10 rebounds and six assists. – 9:08 PM
KC Johnson @KCJHoop Bulls 67, Raptors 50
DeRozan 21 points, 4 assists
LaVine 14 points, 7 rebs, 6 assists
Vucevic 10 points, 10 rebs, 6 assists
Bulls shot 62.2% with 22 assists
Trent Jr. 14 points – 9:08 PM
Darnell Mayberry @DarnellMayberry DeMar DeRozan just made his first 3-pointer since New Year’s Day at Washington.
You’ll remember it as the second of his consecutive game-winning, buzzer-beating 3s. This made 3 snapped a 11-game drought for DeRozan without a 3-pointer. – 9:04 PM
Harrison Wind @HarrisonWind Game-high 11 first-half points for DeMarcus Cousins. Shot 4-10 from the field, 2-3 from distance, hauled in 5 rebounds (3 offensive). It wasn’t pretty but Denver will gladly take it. It’s offense, from the bench. – 8:52 PM
Julia Poe @byjuliapoe Sharp start for Vooch. 3-for-3 including a nice dunk off a PNR with DeRozan, plus 4 assists and 5 rebounds.
Much improved ball movement in general for the Bulls, who have more assists already tonight (11) than they recorded in that entire loss to the Orlando Magic (10). – 8:30 PM
KC Johnson @KCJHoop Throw out Zach LaVine’s 4-minute stint before he left Warriors game early and this is 1st time since Jan. 12 he and DeMar DeRozan are playing together.
The Bulls are 18-5 when both players score 20 or more points in the same game. – 8:29 PM
Jim Owczarski @JimOwczarski Forgot to note that with his second assist, #Bucks point guard Jrue Holiday passes recently hired #Cavs special advisor José Calderón for No. 65 on the all-time assists list with 5,149. – 7:24 PM
Jason Anderson @JandersonSacBee The Kings have ruled De’Aaron Fox out vs. the Hawks. He will miss his third game due to left ankle soreness. Rookie Davion Mitchell will make his second start of the season.
G – Tyrese Haliburton
G – Davion Mitchell
F – Harrison Barnes
F – Marvin Bagley III
C – Richaun Holmes – 7:13 PM
Kevin Chouinard @KLChouinard Starters:
Marvin Bagley III
Tyrese Haliburton – 7:10 PM
Josh Lewenberg @JLew1050 Nik Vucevic, who was listed as probable for tonight’s game vs the Raptors, will play. No Ball or Caruso for the Bulls, who have lost 7 of 10 games since their 9-game winning streak. Both teams are playing their 3rd game in 4 nights. – 6:26 PM
Harrison Wind @HarrisonWind Davon Reed’s one turnover against the Pistons broke his streak of nine-straight games and 142 minutes played without a turnover. He has just five turnovers in 319 minutes this season, which is less than the seven DeMarcus Cousins has in two games. Mr. Dependable. – 6:18 PM
Josh Lewenberg @JLew1050 Raptors visit DeMar DeRozan’s Bulls tonight. 2nd game of a back-to-back and 3rd in 4 nights. Will they have any gas left in the tank, especially if they’re short-handed again?
@Paul Jones and I have the call @TSN1050Radio at 8pm. Pre-game with @jimtatti and @Nikki_Reyes at 7:30 pic.twitter.com/Cl2Z7ABRCK – 3:57 PM