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NBA: Chicago Bulls 96-138 Golden State Warriors

Over the latest news form the NBA, in a clash of titans from different Conferences, the Golden State Warriors have thrashed the Chicago Bulls 138 to 96.

On Friday night at the United Center in Chicago, the Warriors were the better side in the opener as they opened up a 9-point gap by beating the hosts 37-28. The Visitors continued their ruthless performance, routing the Bulls 41-19 that led to their 31-point advantage at the intermission.

The warriors kept up the momentum after the break as they grabbed the next two quarters to register a 42-point overall victory. The Warriors will fly to Minnesota to play against the Timberwolves on Sunday, whereas the Bulls will line up against the Celtics at the TD Garden in Boston on Saturday.

Moreover, the Phoenix Suns maintained their lead in the Western Conference after hammering the Indiana Pacers 112 to 94 away from home.

The visitors surprisingly took the 1st two quarters 23-19 as they went to their locker room with a 46-38 advantage.

However, the Pacers showed some resilience in the 3rd quarter, cutting the deficit to 4 points but that was as far as they could go, as the Suns regrouped in the final and took it 32-18 to earn their 32nd victory of the season. Devin Booker was the best player of the game as he collected 35 points for Phoenix.

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