Game Recap: Bulls 86, Cavaliers 81

Antonio Blakeney scored 25 points to lead the Chicago Bulls to an 86-81 victory against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Las Vegas Summer League at Thomas and Mack Center on Saturday.
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Blakeney, whose rookie season last year was cut short after 19 games because of a broken wrist, shot 10-of-19 from the field with four assists, four rebounds and two steals.

Felix Hernandez (R), rostered in 43 percent of ESPN leagues, Seattle Mariners Clark Gillies Jersey vs. Kansas City Royals: Hernandez may no longer deserve the King Felix moniker, but he can still provide fantasy value in the right spots. Saturday’s matchup against Kansas City is one of those spots. Hernandez owns a 3.41 ERA in June, which includes matchups against the Red Sox (1 ER in 7 IP) and Yankees (1 ER in 5 IP). Needless to say, the Royals aren’t in the same class as those two clubs. In fact, they’re probably the worst offensive team in baseball, ranking last or second-to-last in wOBA (.292), ISO (127) and wRC+ (81). If we’re going to see Felix resemble King Felix anytime soon, it’ll probably be in a prime matchup like this one.

Rougned Odor homered and Joey Gallo hit a two-run double for the Rangers, who have lost four of five.

Texas also ran into some tough defense, including a diving grab by Bradley on a sinking line drive and a catch by Mookie Betts at the right-field wall to rob Nomar Marc-Andre Fleury Youth Jersey Mazara of a home run.

That’s this ballpark. You know that coming in, Texas manager Jeff Banister said. You’ve got a very athletic guy in right field — this is his home ballpark — and he knows how to play it.

Yovani Gallardo (3-1) made it through the first two innings without allowing a baserunner, but ran into trouble in the third.

After entering the inning with a 1-0 lead, Gallardo faced the entire Boston lineup in the third as the Red Sox tagged him for six hits — three of them doubles — and five runs.

Cubs: Bryant was headed to the Bay Area hoping he will be ready to come off the disabled list and play Wednesday afternoon’s series finale against the San Francisco Giants. Bryant, out since June 23 with inflammation in his left shoulder, played rehab games for Double-A Tennessee on Monday and Tuesday. He had hoped to re-join the Cubs during their series at AT&T Park.