Chuck's Daily Check In - 11.10.19

Chuck recaps last night's Bulls vs. Rockets game and shares updates from around the NBA
Wendell Carter Jr. holds the ball against the Houston Rockets
by Chuck Swirsky
Remind Me Later


FINAL FROM THE UNITED CENTER: Houston 117, Bulls 94. (Bulls: 3-7, 1-3 at home)

LEADING SCORERS: Bulls: Carter Jr., Hutchison, Markkanen and Young each with 13. Houston: Harden: 42 points.
LEADING REBOUNDERS: Bulls: Carter: 16 (career high). Houston: Capela: 20.
LEADING ASSISTS: Bulls: LaVine: 5. Houston: Harden: 9.

CCI STAT OF THE NIGHT: The Rockets outscored the Bulls 57-12 behind the arc.

Watch Bulls vs. Rockets video recap

CCI RECAP: The Rockets nailed seven three-point field goals in the third quarter to put the game away as James Harden who started the game 1-5 beyond the arc made 8 of his next 14. He came within one assist shy of a triple double. Wendell Carter Jr. set a new career high in rebounds with 16. Otto Porter Jr. was sidelined with a left foot injury allowing Chandler Hutchison to receive a starting assignment totaling 13 points and four rebounds.

UP NEXT: Home with New York Tuesday.


Boston 135, San Antonio 115: Boston's Gordon Hayward could miss a month and may undergo surgery after breaking his left hand. The Celtics improved to 7-1.

New Orleans 115, Charlotte 100: The Pelicans' Brandon Ingram is doing some serious ballin': 25 points and nine rebounds against the Hornets who committed 22 turnovers. Lonzo Ball is out indefinitely with a right abductor strain.

Dallas 138, Memphis 122: Luka Doncic played the first three quarters and nearly had his fifth triple-double of the season. He finished with 24-14-8. Kristaps Porzingis took the night off for Dallas. Ja Morant took the night off for the Grizzlies. I promise never to take a night off unless illness!

Oklahoma City 114, Golden State 108: The Warriors erased a 23-point deficit but the Thunder prevailed at crunch time. As the Warriors dropped to 2-8.

Yahoo Sports is reporting the Lakers Rajon Rondo will not make his season debut today against the Raps. He has missed the start of the season with a calf injury.

Congratulations to Tommy Edwards on a tremendous career serving the Bulls as the organization's public address announcer for 25 seasons. We wish Tommy and his family a beautiful retirement in California.

Tommy Edwards and Chuck Swirsky

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Always a pleasure.

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