Miles Plumlee


PHOENIX—Coming off arguably their poorest performance of the season Monday night in Sacramento, the Bulls (24-24) bounced back Tuesday night to hold off the Suns (29-19), 101-92, at U.S.


At the halfway point of the NBA’s regular season, there’s already been a lot of unexpected occurrences—injuries to marquee players, surprise teams and the like—and the predictable.


The post-Luol Deng era got off to an impressive start Tuesday night in Chicago, as the Bulls knocked off the Phoenix Suns, 92-87, at the United Center.