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    (SportsNetwork.com) - The Chicago Bulls will continue a three-game homestand Monday versus the Orlando Magic at the United Center. The Bulls opened the residency with Saturdays 95-87 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks and were led by Pau Gasols career-high 46 points on 17-of-30 shooting. He also grabbed 18 rebounds and made 12-of-13 free throws. That was always a good sign for me when I am able to get a good base in the post and finish the first couple of shots, Gasol said. When the jumper is falling too you know youre on. It was a good overall night. Kirk Hinrich scored 16 points and Jimmy Butler ended with nine, 10 assists and eight rebounds for the Bulls, who ended a two-game slide and won for the 14th time in the last 18 tries. Bulls guard and former NBA MVP Derrick Rose did not play against Milwaukee because of a sore knee and is day-to-day. Rose is averaging 16.9 points per game this season. The Bulls are 12-7 at home and will close the stay Wednesday versus Washington. Orlando will wrap up a four-game road trip (0-3) Monday and has lost six in a row, including Saturdays 103-92 setback against the Portland Trail Blazers. Nik Vucevic tallied a career-high 34 points and 16 boards, while Victor Oladipo provided 18 points, eight rebounds and four assists for Orlando, which fell to 9-15 on the road this season. I think we just stayed the course ... We continued to put ourselves in a position to find success, Orlando coach Jacque Vaughn said. After the Magic close their trip in the Windy City, they will return home for three straight versus Houston, Memphis and Oklahoma City. In injury news for Orlando, guard Evan Fournier (knee) and forward Tobias Harris (ankle) are questionable Monday. Harris is second on the team in points scored with 18.0. Vucevic is slightly ahead with 18.4 ppg. Orlando suffered a 98-90 loss at Chicago on Nov. 4 and Butler led the charge with 21 points. 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The Canucks gave up a late goal in regulation in losing to 2-1 to the San Jose Sharks to kick off their homestand on Nov. 17, and a similar script played out against Los Angeles (16-6-3), with Richards scoring with 2:56 left to force OT. "A couple mistakes are costing us," said Canucks captain Henrik Sedin, who gave his team a 2-1 lead in the third period before the wheels fell off. "Were playing so well defensively throughout the game and it seems like every time something late in games is costing us goals. Its extremely tough to take." The Canucks have lost seven of their last eight, scoring just nine goals total in those defeats. They finished their homestand with an ugly 1-2-3 record, with the only victory coming in a 6-2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets. "Were really sticking together as a group and thats all you can ask for," said Sedin. "We should have had two points, but again were standing here talking about a loss." Vancouver (12-9-5) is now 0-9-4 when scoring two goals or less and fell to 1-4-3 versus Pacific Division rivals this season. After Richards took a feed from Jeff Carter to tie the score with his sixth of the season, Kopitar beat Luongo upstairs for his seventh of the campaign as the Kings picked up at least a point for a 10th straight game (7-0-3). "Weve just gotta scrape and claw for points, and thats what we did tonight," said Richards. "It wasnt the prettiest on our part. We took too many penalties, and we turned some pucks over, but two points is what we wanted." Kyle Clifford also scored for Los Angeles, which got 37 saves from Ben Scrivens. "Its a big goal to force it to overtime, and any time you can take it to overtime you give yourself a chance," said Scrivens. "Well take the two points." Chris Tanev had the other goal for Vancouver, which dominated the Northwest Division for years but is finding re-aligment to be a much tougher test. 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