The NBA has underrated players and one of them is simply Zach LaVine. Chicago Bulls has on its roster a player who is pure gold, who tires of proving night after night that he is to be considered one of the best talents in the league. Against the Atlanta Hawks, it was proven.
LaVine converted 39 points in just the first 24 minutes of the game, that is to say that he went to rest with a brutal figure. In fact, He is the first player in franchise history to exceed 31 points in two quarters since Michael Jordan did. in 1997. It seems like a multiple achievement, but it goes for more.
Jordan holds the current Chicago Bulls record for total points per game, having converted 69 units on March 28, 1990, in a 117-113 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers. LaVine ended up falling short with his 50 points and, on top of that, he couldn’t avoid the Bulls’ 120-108 loss.