The Los Angeles Lakers rallied in the final quarter to earn a 103-94 win over the Chicago Bulls in Tuesday’s NBA action in Chicago.
Down 56-42 at the halfway point to a Bulls franchise that has just four wins this season, the Lakers began their biggest comeback win of the year.
— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) November 22, 2017
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was the hero of the evening, with 11 of his 21 points coming in the final quarter. Caldwell-Pope would net a three pointer to stretch the lead to 97-92 with 1:42 remaining on the clock and the Bulls would never recover.
Kyle Kuzma also starred for the Lakers with a 22-point haul while rookie Lonzo Ball was much more aggressive than usual, grabbing a number of rebounds, helping the Lakers to their eighth win on the road.