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Bulls fall to Pistons, 118-116, after rallying to tie late in 4th

CHICAGO - The tests keep coming for rookie Wendell Carter Jr., from Nikola Jokic in the final preseason game to Joel Embiid in the season opener to Andre Drummond in Saturday's home opener.

"It's his third straight All-Star," coach Fred Hoiberg said.

The tests also keep coming for a young Bulls team, who employ no All-Stars and who lost to the Pistons, 118-116, as Carter's education continued.

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