Bulls received an injection of experience for Saturday’s game, but those veterans couldn’t save them in 125-106 loss to Pacers

CHICAGO — For the second straight game, the Chicago Bulls loaded up the starting lineup with their entire young core. Zach LaVine is only 25 years old and stands as the most experienced player in a lineup with an average age is 21.6. But the Bulls’ second unit received an injection of experience for Saturday night’s game against the Indiana Pacers, when Tomas Satoransky, Garrett Temple and Denzel Valentine made their season debut after missing Wednesday’s opener. Despite that added help, the team still fell 125-106 to the Pacers at the United Center. TJ Warren led the Pacers with 23 points, wh…

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