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2020 Schedule
3-7, 5th in Central
3d

Harden scores 42, Rockets rout Bulls 117-94

James Harden narrowly missed his first triple-double of the season, finishing with 42 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists as the Houston Rockets pulled away in the second half and beat the Chicago Bulls 117-94 on Saturday night.

Harden hits Capela with sweet between-the-legs pass (0:20)
3d
Satoransky sets career high in win vs. Hawks (1:21)
6d
LaVine gets up for the slam jam (0:16)
6d
Satoransky drains 3-point bucket at the buzzer (0:16)
6d
Carter still getting it done in year 22 (0:17)
6d
LaVine throws down 360 dunk (0:18)
6d
LeBron lobs it to AD for the alley-oop (0:22)
7d
LeBron's no-look assist to AD completes James' triple-double (0:30)
7d
Caruso fired up after and-1 layup (0:30)
7d
LeBron, AD pumped after Cook's 3 gives Lakers the lead (0:26)
7d
AD pins Markkanen's shot against glass, sets up McGee's dunk (0:28)
7d
White jumps Kuzma's pass, scores on the fast break (0:20)
7d
Bulls troll LeBron, Lakers with dancing taco (0:29)
7d
LeBron opens game with alley-oop lob, big jam (0:22)
7d
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AD again teases return to hoops 'Mecca' Chicago

Although Anthony Davis is widely expected to re-sign with the Lakers as a free agent this summer, he continues to entertain the possibility of one day playing in Chicago, which he considers the "Mecca of basketball."

Markkanen gets fouled on off-balance dunk (0:15)
9d
Lavine heating up beyond the arc (0:19)
9d
Pacers' fast break leads to Leaf slam (0:23)
9d

Team Stats

Points Per Game105.425th
Rebounds Per Game42.427th
Assists Per Game23.021st
Points Allowed110.015th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-2037.300
2018-192260.268
2017-182755.329
2016-174141.500
2015-164240.512