Michael Carter-Williams

Bulls top Golden State in Warriors' 1st game without Durant

CHICAGO (AP) — Whether it's a superstar going down or dropping back-to-back games, losses are starting to add up for the Golden State Warriors. Jimmy Butler scored 22 points and the Chicago Bulls beat Golden State 94-87 on Thursday night in the Warriors' first game since Kevin Durant injured his left leg. Golden State was breathing a little easier after learning Durant probably will play again this season. He was hurt two nights earlier in a loss at Washington. But the NBA-leading Warriors took another hit when their league-record regular-season streak without consecutive losses ended at 146 games. "It was a hell of a run and we figured it'd probably end at some point this...

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