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CHICAGO--After three quarters, the Cavs was well on their way to ending their long road trip with a 3-3 record with a decisive victory in Chicago. However, Zach LaVine led a 15 point Bulls comeback and the Chicago Bulls outscored the Cleveland Cavaliers 31-14 in the fourth quarter as the Bulls somehow win the game 118-116.
LaVine was unstoppable in the fourth quarter, scoring 21 points in the period en route to a 42 point night.
After Cedi Osman made a three point shot to close the gap to 117-116, Love had an opportunity to make the go-ahead shot late, but the layup was way-off.
It was a tale of two halves as the Cavs were on fire in the first half from three, but 26 turnovers put the Bulls in position to win.
Kevin Love led the Cavs with 29 points while Collin Sexton scored 26 points. But in the end, it was not enough as the Cavs end their road trip 2-4.
Cavs return home to play the New York Knicks on MLK Jr Day (5pm Tip on WTAM 1100AM/106.9FM). This game begins a stretch where the Cavs play nine of their next 11 games at home before the All-Star break.