Rose, Bulls Beat Love-less Cavs

Rose scored 30 points, and Chicago handed Cleveland just its second loss in 16 games, easily beating the Cavaliers 113-98.

Cleveland’s Kevin Love out with an abrasion in his right eye.

Pau Gasol added 18 points and 10 rebounds. Tony Snell scored 22, helping offset a 31-point performance by Lebron James, and Bulls sent another strong signal that their recent struggles might be behind them.

James had four assists, giving him 6,118 in his career and putting him in sole possession of second place on the NBA’s all-time list among forwards. He came in tied with John Havlicek but now trails only Scottie Pippen, who had 6,135

Written by Joey Sinatra

Joey Sinatra

Joey Sinatra is a co-founder of Joey is a boxing and basketball journalist who attends USI as a post graduate. Joey grew up in the New Rochelle Area of the greater New York City area, and is a cousin of the famous singer, Frank Sinatra. Joey also writes for the Boxing Globe.