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Howard Has 30 to Help Magic Beat Bulls

67th double-double one short of Shaq's franchise mark

(Newser) - Dwight Howard had 30 points and 14 rebounds to help the Orlando Magic beat the Chicago Bulls 115-83 Wednesday night. Howard played with six stitches in his upper lip, the result of a collision in practice Tuesday with 6-foot-11 reserve Marcin Gortat. Howard recorded his NBA-leading 67th double-double, one short... More »

Prodigal Kidd Returns to Dallas

Point guard comes close to triple-double in first home game for Mavs since 1996

(Newser) - Once more in Mavericks colors, Jason Kidd made his first game back in Dallas a good one. Kidd came two assists and a rebound shy of a triple-double as the Mavericks topped the Bulls, 102-94; he notched an assist on Dallas's first offensive possession, to the crowd's loud delight. Dirk... More »

Bulls Crumble Beneath Hornets

Chicago's first-half lead dissolves as New Orleans triumphs 100-86

(Newser) - Andres Nocioni collected a game-high 28 points for the Bulls, but the triple threat of Chris Paul, David West and Peja Stojakovic put New Orleans over the top, 100-86. For a while things looked good for Chicago, with Kirk Hinrich returning from injury to help the team build a half-time... More »

Suns Dominant in 125-92 Rout of Hawks

Yao, Rockets fend off Warriors, Bulls run over Timberwolves

(Newser) - The Phoenix Suns got 24 points from Amare Stoudemire en route to a 125-92 beat down of the Atlanta Hawks. Phoenix played arguably their best game of the season, dominating both ends of the floor. The statistics showed this dominance as the Suns set a season-high in field goal percentage... More »

Nets Take Home Opener From Bulls in OT

Chicago piles up fouls, turnovers; Jefferson leads way for NJ

(Newser) - The Nets took their season opener from the Bulls in overtime, 112-103.  It was their 12th straight win over Chicago on home court, causing the Bulls' Ben Gordon to say after, "I don't know what it is about this place."  Nets leading scorer Richard Jefferson, reports... More »

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