Hoffman Estates, IL- The Windy City Bulls lose to Raptors 905 111-91 in Hoffman Estates yesterday to extend their losing streak to four games.
The Bulls played without their star two-way player Tyler Ulis, who was a late scratch by coach Charlie Henry. However with the absence of Tyler Ulis four different Bulls players stepped up and scored in the double digits. CJ Fair finished with a season high 19 points, eight rebounds, four assists, and two steals in thirty minutes of playing time. Two-way player Rawle Alkins tied his career-high 16 points while adding six rebounds. V.J Beachem and Mychal Mulder each added 15 points each and nine rebounds from Mulder. But it was still not enough for Windy City to overcome Raptors 905.
Raptors 905 was led by two-way player Chris Boucher tallied 24 points and 16 rebounds for his fourth double-double of the season. Their other two-way player Jordan Loyd finished with 20 points and five rebounds, while Christian Watford added 15 points coming off the bench. Deng Adel ended with 14 points and eight rebounds, Uche Ofoegbu and Kay Felder had 12 points each with Felder contributing seven assists as well.
With the loss the Bulls fall to three games under .500 with a record of 1-4. This 20-point win is the largest margin victory in Raptors 905 history and the Bulls largest margin of defeat since losing 124-103 on Jan. 31, 2018 to the Salt Lake City Stars.
The Bulls will begin a four game road trip on Wednesday night in Memphis facing the Hustle on ESPN+