BASKETBALL LaVine scores 31 points, Bulls rally to beat Clippers CHICAGO (AP) — After blowing several late leads to lose games, the Chicago Bulls were able to flip the script Saturday night. Zach LaVine scored 31 points and converted a decisive three-point play in the Bulls' 109-106 victory over the short-handed and weary Los Angeles Clippers. Chicago trailed by five points with less than two minutes to go. Tied at 106, the Bulls inbounded with 5.4 seconds left. LaVine got the ball near the 3-point line, drove to his right and was fouled by Montrezl Harrell as he scored with 2 seconds left. Paul George then missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer. "We made big plays," LaVine said. "I think that's what it comes down to, making plays. "We've been playing good, but we just haven't been able
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