Hawks, Bulls combine for 3rd-most points in NBA history

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.

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.

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.