Melo (23 + 11), Whiteside (8 + 15 + 10) and Portland start to wake up

The Blazers are climbing the slope with ease after the bad results of the start. The signing of Melo Anthony begins to be profitable.

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Another victory of the Trail Blazers over the Bulls, in which Zach LaVine is still at his crossroads to show Jim Boylen how much he is wrong with him and the rest of his teammates. Those of Chicago have already yielded twice to Portland and, specifically, making Carmelo Anthony great, who achieved a double-double in last night's game.

This time it cost more than at the beginning of the week, but the result was the same: victory of Terry Stotts. A triple by LaVine put the Bulls to a two-point shot in the absence of half a minute, but a Whiteside slap was enough to channel the local victory 107-103.

Carmelo Anthony completed another exciting game: 23 points and 11 rebounds, with 8/16 in the field, after 37 minutes. The aforementioned Hassan Whiteside eclipsed him a little with his 10 caps, which are the best brand in the history of the Blazers in this regard. It also helped that Damian Lillard (28 points) and CJ McCollum (20 points) have a good day.

Zach LaVine, with 28 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, was the only one who put up resistance to the Blazers' rush. On another level, Carter (16 + 9) or Markkanen (13 + 8) .



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