Houstonians break streak of five consecutive losses
Kevin Porter added 36 points and a team-leading 17 triples in the game.
los houston rockets, With Spanish Osman Garuba on the track for nine minutesHe broke his streak of five consecutive defeats on Monday Chicago Bulls winning 133-118 in the fieldWith up to 17 triples.
Kevin Porter led the Texans with 36 points and six triples and jalen green Turk Alperen Sengun He had a double-double of 25 points, eleven rebounds and six assists. The entire Rocket Quintet finished above ten points, with Jabari Smith who signed thirteen and Eric Gordon who signed twelve. All five starters hit at least one triple.
Although not much prominent, Garuba also participated in Trikalotsav. He converted his only attempt and finished with three points and three rebounds., It was a new slump for the Bulls, who had three wins in a row and had an opportunity to prolong their sweet moment against the bottom of the West.
However, DeMar DeRozan’s 31 points and ten assists weren’t enough, and neither was Zach LaVine’s 22 points and five assists. The Rockets got off to an excellent start in the first quarter with 10–0 and 23–5 runs and a 66% shooting success rate.Led by eleven points from Alpern Sengun and ten from Jalen Green.
Green continued to hurt Chicago’s defense and already had 17 points at halftime, but the Bulls went from low to high and with a great finish to the second quarter, they were able to come back from 18 points and lead at halftime. Took a lead of 65-64. The spark was provided by LaVine, who put the Bulls at -1 with a powerful ‘alley-oop’ pass from Coby White and two consecutive triples, the last of which was at the buzzer.,
The momentum was in favor of the Bulls, but In the second half, the Rockets continued to damage with triples And making great plays in the hands of an inspired Sengun.
Gordon and Sengun himself added two triples in a row to make it 94–81, paving the way for a Texan victory, this time punctuated by a new triple by Green with three minutes to play for 126–112. Heard The Rockets remain bottom (10-23) in the West, while the Bulls are eleventh in the East (14-19).,