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Updated Wednesday, Dec. 10 3:51am ET | Today in SportsZone

MJ hits milestone;
Knicks hit skids

Patrick Ewing
Patrick Ewing's Knicks have lost five consecutive road games.
New York rarely beats Chicago, but now the Knicks have trouble beating anybody. Michael Jordan scored 29 points Tuesday and Toni Kukoc added 20 as the Bulls won 100-82, sending the Knicks to their fifth loss in seven games. Jordan, with 27,432 career points, passed Moses Malone as the No. 3 scorer in NBA history.

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