The Hawks’ and Bulls’ game refused to end Friday.
Atlanta and Chicago battled it out in four overtimes and the Bulls eventually came away with a 168-161 victory.
The 329 points is the third most two teams have ever scored in a single game in NBA history.
At 329 combined points, Bulls-Hawks finished as the 3rd highest scoring game in NBA history.
Pistons-Nuggets in 1983 (370 points) and Bucks-Spurs in 1982 (337 points) are the only 2 games with more points than tonight’s game in Atlanta. pic.twitter.com/DZKNvaFj9W
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 2, 2019
Hawks rookie Trae Young led all scorers with a franchise-rookie record 49 points while adding 16 assists. He is averaging 40.3 points over his last three games, according to The Undefeated.
— Marc J. Spears (@MarcJSpearsESPN) March 2, 2019
Bulls guard Zach LaVine scored 47 points and added nine rebounds and nine assists.
Lauri Markkanen and Otto Porter Jr. each added 31 points for the Bulls.