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NBA ROUNDUP : Bulls Have Too Much in Reserve During 98-83 Victory Over 76ers

November 08, 1994|From Associated Press

Toni Kukoc scored 19 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter, when he and the Chicago Bulls' other reserves outscored the Philadelphia 76ers by 20 points and rallied the Bulls to a 98-83 victory Monday night at Chicago.

It was the second consecutive career-high scoring game for Kukoc, who during training camp balked at being a backup. The second-year pro from Croatia, who outscored the 76ers during the fourth quarter, 19-14, scored 25 points Saturday against the Washington Bullets.

Scottie Pippen, the only Bull starter to play in the final quarter, scored 22 points.

Utah 104, Atlanta 86--Karl Malone scored 28 points and the Jazz held the Hawks to only 29 points in the second half at Salt Lake City.

The Hawks were short on offensive options because of the trade of forward Kevin Willis to the Miami Heat before the game. The Hawks acquired Steve Smith and Grant Long from the Heat, but neither was at the game.

San Antonio 105, New Jersey 96--David Robinson had 18 points and 19 rebounds and reached 10,000 career points to lead the Spurs at San Antonio.

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