NBA: Lakers beat Bulls, ending 5-game shedding streak


Los Angeles Lakers managed to end their five game losing streak in the NBA, beating opponents Chicago Bulls 123-107 in an away game late Tuesday.

Lakers superstar LeBron James racked up 36 points and took 10 rebounds against Bulls at United Center in Chicago as he was the major contributor for Lakers victory.

Lakers guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 24 points and his teammate Kyle Kuzma produced 21 points for visitors.

In the Chicago Bulls, center Robin Lopez scored 20 points and had seven rebounds. Lopez was Bulls’ top scorer against Lakers in the game.

Bulls forward Otto Porter Jr. produced 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds.

Also, Bulls guard Kris Dunn scored 18 points, had seven rebounds and made nine assists.

So, Lakers ended their five-game losing streak in Chicago as the Western Conference team earned their last win against New Orleans Pelicans on Feb. 28 in Los Angeles.

Here are the results for Tuesday’s matches in the NBA:

Indiana Pacers-New York Knicks: 103-98

Philadelphia 76ers-Cleveland Cavaliers: 106-99

Chicago Bulls-Los Angeles Lakers: 107-123

New Orleans Pelicans-Milwaukee Bucks: 113-130

Dallas Mavericks-San Antonio Spurs: 105-112

Denver Nuggets-Minnesota Timberwolves: 133-107

Los Angeles Clippers-Portland Trail Blazers: 104-125