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Otto Porter Jr. scores 23 points off the bench to lead a late comeback, but the Bulls lose their 3rd straight 110-107 to the Nets

NEW YORK - The Bulls are moving closer to having no minutes restrictions for the trio of Lauri Markkanen, Wendell Carter Jr and Otto Porter Jr.

Each received an increase in playing time Sunday afternoon in Brooklyn, and they were all on the floor for significant

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