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CLEVELAND (AP) — Not a coaching change. Not new players. Not any MAC team has been able to slow this historic run.

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Bulls guard Zach LaVine offered to pay his coach's fine after Jim Boylen was ejected for arguing with LA Clippers coach Doc Rivers in Chicago's 128-121 loss to the Clippers on Friday, sources said.

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Why can’t the San Jose Earthquakes find a way to win?

San Jose Earthquakes give up four second-half goals to fall to the New York Red Bulls 4-1 on Saturday.

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Clippers not surprised Bulls’ frustration boiled over

Clippers make no apologies for physical play: 'We want to frustrate teams, we want teams to come in here and physically and mentally just be drained," Montrezl Harrell says.

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Clippers not surprised Bulls’ frustration boiled over

Clippers make no apologies for physical play: 'We want to frustrate teams, we want teams to come in here and physically and mentally just be drained," Montrezl Harrell says.

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Alex Muyl scored a pair of second-half goals and the New York Red Bulls rallied after an early deficit for a 4-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes         

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The Bulls' loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday featured an unusual double coach ejection in the third quarter. After the game, Bulls coach Jim Boylen talked about what got him angry.

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The Windy City Bulls clinched a G-League playoff spot Saturday for the first time in the franchise's three-year history. Windy City made an impressive turnaround after starting the season with a 5-12 record.

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Coach Jim Boylen continues showing why he has staying power with the Bulls

Boylen was ejected from the Friday loss to the Clippers, but continued to get high praise from his players - more importantly from guard Zach LaVine.

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Soulja Boy Cranks Up L.A. Clippers Halftime Show After Arrest

Soulja Boy kept his word and fulfilled his professional obligations hours after getting locked up on a possible probation violation. The “Crank That” rapper performed Friday night at Staples Center as the Clippers beat the Chicago Bulls 128 -121. Soulja Boy performs “Crank That” at halftime...

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Results and news from Day 4 of the Big Ten Tournament on Saturday at the United Center: Setting the stage No team looked as dominant at the United Center as Michigan. Maybe include the Bulls and Blackhawks in that. The third-seeded Wolverines (27-5) were impressive Friday in the Big Ten...

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Coaches Boylen, Rivers ejected together as Bulls fall to Clippers

Rivers and Boylen were kicked out when they began arguing with 1:10 remaining after Boylen felt Harrell was too aggressive on an offensive foul.

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Clippers pull away from Bulls with big third quarter

The Clippers win the third period 45-21, their season-high for any quarter, and it propels them to a 128-121 victory, their sixth in their last seven games. Danilo Gallinari scores 27 points and Montrezl Harrell adds 26.

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Clippers pull away from Bulls with big third quarter

The Clippers win the third period 45-21, their season-high for any quarter, and it propels them to a 128-121 victory, their sixth in their last seven games. Danilo Gallinari scores 27 points and Montrezl Harrell adds 26.

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Clippers pull away from Bulls with big third quarter

The Clippers win the third period 45-21, their season-high for any quarter, and it propels them to a 128-121 victory, their sixth in their last seven games. Danilo Gallinari scores 27 points and Montrezl Harrell adds 26.

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Danilo Gallinari scored 27 points, Montrezl Harrell added 26 and the Los Angeles Clippers rallied in the third quarter to defeat the Chicago Bulls 128-121 on Friday night

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