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MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- During the Bulls' recent struggles, Carlos Boozer has seen his minutes dwindle, especially late in games, and has been a lightning rod of sorts for frustrated fans. But his effort Saturday could be a sign of better things to come. Boozer scored 22 points and pulled down a season-high 19 rebounds -- recording his fourth double-double in the last five games -- as Chicago pulled away late Saturday for a 93-86 victory at Milwaukee, snapping a three-game losing streak in the process. The 6-foot-9 veteran was a dominant force in the paint, hitting 10 of 15 shots and grabbing eight offensive rebounds -- two fewer than the Bucks' team total. "They did a good job in the beginning," Boozer said. "It was a track meet, they play really fast. But we caught up to them and tied it up at the half and in the second half our defense played better. Honestly, that's the reason why we won the game. We had a couple stops when we needed to." Booze...
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Carlos Boozer and Richard Hamilton scored 22 points apiece to lead the Chicago Bulls to a 93-86 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night, breaking a four-game losing streak.
The win by the Bulls was the ninth straight over the Bucks and the fifth straight at the Bradley Center. The last time Milwaukee beat Chicago was on April 10, 2010, in Chicago.
Boozer also grabbed...
Saturday night, The Bulls faced off against the Bucks in Milwaukee and the Kings took on the Jazz at home. The Bulls have been struggling to find an identity in the absence of Derrick Rose. Carlos Boozer finally performed up to the expectations many had for him when he signed with the Bulls. Meanwhile [...]
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- A quick glance at the schedule shows Saturday night's game between NBA Central Division rivals Milwaukee and Chicago will be played at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Monday's game between the two teams is scheduled for the United Center in Chicago.
So why are the Bucks are preparing for two road games in three days against the Bulls?
Well, the short drive...
In today's day and age, viewing parties have become the norm for major sporting events and restaurants/clubs have cashed in on them.A Chicago restaurant called "Arrow on Ogden's" will be hosting a special viewing in December of a Chicago Bulls game and legendary NBA forward Dennis Rodman will be attendance for the event.Here is just some of the details from the...
MILWAUKEE When Bucks coach Scott Skiles hinted pregame that he might make a last-second lineup change before Saturday's game against Chicago, the move he ended up making probably wasn't what many expected.
Center Joel Przybilla made his first start of the season, replacing center Samuel Dalembert, who didn't appear at all in the game. Skiles gave no reason for the move...
MILWAUKEE -- Initially, Brandon Jennings feared the worst.
With 23.1 seconds left, Jennings came down on the foot of a Chicago defender while trying to make a play to keep his team alive in what turned out to be a 93-86 loss. The Bucks point guard was down, seemingly in severe pain. He didn't put any weight on his injured left ankle while two of his teammates helped him off...
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- When a player is mired in a prolonged slump, sometimes simply working through it is the best solution.
Bucks forward Ersan Ilyasova is in a rut. It happens. Maybe he's trying too hard to live up to the contract he signed in the offseason, maybe that has nothing to do with it. Whatever it is, Bucks coach Scott Skiles is faced with a dilemma. He has to walk...
Drew Gooden is owed $6.68 million for this season and the two following seasons.
A visit to Milwaukee might be exactly what the Chicago Bulls need to end their longest slide in 2 1/2 years.
The Bulls can avoid a fourth consecutive loss Saturday night with a ninth straight win over the Central Division-leading Bucks.
Chicago (5-6) opened its five-game trip with a 112-106 overtime win at Phoenix, but has since dropped three in a row for the first time since a...
The Milwaukee Bucks haven't been able to beat the Chicago Bulls the past few seasons even with Brandon Jennings in the lineup for the majority of those contests.
Now, they may have to figure out how to do so without him.
Jennings' status is uncertain when visiting Milwaukee looks to avoid a 10th consecutive loss to Chicago and a fourth straight overall in the back end of...