(Chicago, IL) -- The Bulls begin a brief two-game homestand against the Kings this evening. Chicago is coming off Sunday's 98-97 victory over the Magic in Orlando. The Bulls have won their last two and enter tonight's game 32-and-20 on the season. Tip-off is at 7:00.
>>Spurs Beat Pacers For Popovich's 1,000th Win
(Indianapolis, IN) -- Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich became the ninth NBA coach to win 1,000 games when the Spurs beat the Pacers, 95-93, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Monday night. Popovich's career record is 1000-and-462. He joins Don Nelson, Lenny Wilkens, Jerry Sloan, Pat Riley, Phil Jackson, George Karl, Larry Brown and Rick Adelman. The only coach in the group with a higher winning percentage is Jackson.
Golden State Warriors 89, Philadelphia 76ers 84
Washington Wizards 96, Orlando Magic 80
Miami Heat 109, New York Knicks 95
Atlanta Hawks 117, Minnesota Timberwolves 105
Milwaukee Bucks 103, Brooklyn Nets 97
Utah Jazz 100, New Orleans Pelicans 96
Los Angeles Clippers 115, Dallas Mavericks 98
Oklahoma City Thunder 124, Denver Nuggets 114
>>Ray Allen To Make Decision After All-Star Break
(Undated) -- Veteran NBA sharpshooter Ray Allen plans to decide his playing future after All-Star Weekend. ESPN.com reports the 39-year-old has not decided whether he will return for his 19th season, but has been staying in playing shape. Several contending teams reportedly have Allen on their radar, including the Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors, San Antonio Spurs, Washington Wizards, Los Angeles Clippers, Atlanta Hawks and Allen's former team, the Miami Heat. Allen is averaging 18.9 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.4 assists in his career.