Chicago Bulls lose 105-101 to Washington Wizards after Zach LaVine misses a potential tying layup in the closing seconds

The Chicago Bulls began another stretch without their starting frontcourt with a 105-101 loss to the Washington Wizards on Monday night at the United Center. Zach LaVine led the Bulls with 35 points and had a chance to tie the score at 103 in the final seconds, but he missed a layup at the rim. LaVine looked around for a foul call after the play, but no whistle was blown, handing the Bulls (9-14) a disappointing loss against a struggling team. Bradley Beal scored 35 points and added seven assists to lead the Wizards (6-15). Earlier in the day the Bulls announced forward Lauri Markkanen will be…

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