Recapping the Bulls: Thunder torch the defense in 1st half while Zach LaVine’s shot is off in 124-110 loss

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CHICAGO — The Chicago Bulls couldn’t pick up the slack in their second straight game without DeMar DeRozan, crumbling under the Oklahoma City Thunder’s offensive pressure in a 124-110 loss that extended their skid to three games. Before the game, coach Billy Donovan said the Bulls don’t consider DeRozan’s right quadriceps strain to be “serious” but the team also is wary of worsening the injury by rushing DeRozan back. The Bulls remained out of sync without DeRozan, struggling to create and maintain a rhythm in their offense. This was only the eighth game the Bulls have played without DeRozan s…

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