Bulls Zach LaVine absolutely went off on the Hawks with 25 straight points, 39 total in first half

Zach LaVine was cooking with gasoline in a big way on Friday night. The Chicago Bulls star went off in the second quarter of the team’s game against the Atlanta Hawks, scoring 25 straight points and ending the half with 39 total points for an absolute monster run.

LaVine’s outrageous stat line doesn’t end there, as he went 13-19 from the field and 7-9 on three point attempts in the first half, sinking shot after shot in a dazzling display of skill.

This highlight package from LaVine’s run of 25 straight points is absolutely worth the watch, especially for those saucy threes.

Zach LaVine scored 25 (!!!) straight points for the Bulls in the 2nd quarter 🥵

— ESPN (@espn) April 10, 2021

LaVine’s skill showcase in the first half of the Bulls game on Friday puts him in some historic company over the last 25 seasons as well.

Most points in the first half in the last 25 seasons:

2003 Kobe Bryant – 42

2016 Klay Thompson – 40

2021 Zach LaVine – 39

— ESPN (@espn) April 10, 2021

Quite a highlight-reel night for the 26-year-old in one of the NBA’s best individual game performances this season.

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