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Bulls drop 6th straight in blowout to red-hot Rockets

HOUSTON - The roulette wheel spun and the Bulls started Cameron Payne, Justin Holiday, David Nwaba, Lauri Markkanen and Cristiano Felicio for Tuesday night's 118-86 loss to the Rockets, just the second time that starting five has gathered for the opening tip.

Robin Lopez put his Calvin and Hobbes T-shirt in his locker to dress but didn't play. Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn, Paul Zipser and Antonio Blakeney looked stylish in street clothes.

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