A year ago the Cleveland Cavaliers were a contender for an NBA title. One “decision” later and they’ve set an NBA record for consecutive losses.
The Chicago Bulls had a sluggish start against the slumping Cavaliers. Chicago was behind by the end of the second period, but held the Cavs to just nine points in the third. After turning the game around, the Bulls gave Cleveland their sixth straight loss in a 100-91 victory.
While the Bulls are on a three-game winning streak, they almost lost to Cleveland. Chicago pulled ahead for good with under 40 seconds left in the game and won by five points.