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Bulls Host Spurs, Third Most Valuable NBA Franchise


>>Bulls Host Spurs Tonight

(Chicago, IL) -- The Bulls are back in action tonight facing the San Antonio Spurs at the United Center. Chicago has lost two in-a-row and six of its last eight overall following Monday's 108-94 setback at Cleveland. The Bulls are 27-and-16 on the season. The Spurs have won four in-a-row and also sit at 27-and-16.

>>Forbes: Bulls NBA's Third-Most Valuable Franchise

(Undated) -- The Bulls are the NBA's third-most valuable franchise. That's according to Forbes, which values the Bulls at two-billion-dollars. The Lakers took over the top spot from the Knicks at 2.6-billion. The average value is up 72-percent from a year ago and there are now 11 NBA franchises that Forbes has valued at more than one-billion-dollars.

>>Hawks Pound Pacers For 14th Straight Win

(Atlanta, GA) -- Jeff Teague tallied 17 points and 11 assists as the Hawks pounded the Pacers 110-91 at Philips Arena. DeMarre Carroll also scored 17 points as the Hawks tied the franchise record with their 14th straight win. Al Horford had 14 points, seven boards and five assists in the victory. C.J. Miles netted 18 points off the bench to pace Indiana, which has dropped six in-a-row. C.J. Watson scored 13 points and Rodney Stuckey added 12 in defeat.

New York Knicks 98, Philadelphia 76ers 91
Cleveland Cavaliers 106, Utah Jazz 92
Charlotte Hornets 78, Miami Heat 76
Detroit Pistons 128, Orlando Magic 118
Dallas Mavericks 98, Minnesota Timberwolves 75
New Orleans Pelicans 96, Los Angeles Lakers 80
Oklahoma City Thunder 105, Washington Wizards 103 (OT)
Memphis Grizzlies 92, Toronto Raptors 86
Phoenix Suns 118, Portland Trail Blazers 113
Brooklyn Nets 103, Sacramento Kings 100
Golden State Warriors 126, Houston Rockets 113

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