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CHICAGO - Ersan Ilyasova didn't start on Monday, but he led a remarkable finish. The Milwaukee Bucks trailed by 27 points late in the third quarter, then rallied for a stunning 93-92 victory over Chicago at the United Center. The comeback snapped a three-game losing streak for Milwaukee, which had lost nine straight to the Bulls. Ilyasova led the visitors with 18 points. The Bucks' winning basket came on a bank shot by forward Ekpe Udoh with 57.5 seconds remaining. On Chicago's next trip, Richard Hamilton's shot was blocked. Teammate Joakim Noah grabbed the rebound, but had the ball stripped away. On the other end, Milwaukee rebounded a missed 3-point shot and an errant free throw to keep possession. But Kirk Hinrich deflected an inbounds pass, giving the ball to the Bulls, still trailing by one with 7.5 seconds left. This time, Hamilton forced his way into the lane, but his 10-footer was off target and the rebound was batted away as time expired. Udoh, Beno U...
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Ersan Ilyasova scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half and the Milwaukee Bucks overcame a 27-point deficit in a stunning 93-92 win over the Chicago Bulls on Monday night.
Richard Hamilton scored a season-high 30 points for the Bulls but missed a shot at the buzzer that could have won it.
Ilyasova led a 31-4 second half-run as the Bucks snapped a nine-game losing streak to...
Tweet All summer long, Adidas has been releasing a web series chronicling Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose‘s return from an ACL injury. Here’s episode six, featuring Rose discussing his personality and that he’s going “all in” in his quest to return to the court this season: It’s hard not to pull for Rose to make a [...]
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- When the Milwaukee Bucks started storming back Monday, minds of many within the United Center flashed back to three years prior.
On Dec. 9, 2009, Chicago blew a 35-point third quarter lead and fell to the Sacramento Kings, 102-98. Monday night, the Bucks trailed the Bulls by 27 in the third and rallied to win 93-92.
Together they are two of the most humiliating...
Drew Gooden is owed $6.68 million for this season and the two following seasons.
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 [...]
Drew Gooden has been on both sides of the rivalry between the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls, so he decided to have a little fun with it.
The Bucks forward took to Twitter to offer two tickets to Monday night's game between the two teams in Chicago to the first person who sent him a picture of a Bulls jersey in a toilet.Ironically, the winner sent Gooden a picture of a Kirk...
The Milwaukee Bucks' reserves are playing with quite a bit of confidence.
That doesn't come at a good time for the New York Knicks, who are looking to snap a three-game losing streak on the road.
The Bucks try to keep things rolling on the heels of their huge comeback victory as the Knicks visit Wednesday night in a battle of first-place teams.
After coach Scott Skiles...
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...
Luol Deng certainly seems to believe in his center, Joakim Noah.credit: media.giantbomb.com
Confidence is usually a good thing for professional athletes, and many never have a lack of it. Some athletes are borderline cocky, but hey, I guess you have to be if you’re one of the best in the world at what you do.
If you won’t toot your own horn in the NBA, there’s usually a teammate...
Jimmy Butler has played his way into Tom Thibodeau's rotation over Marco Belinelli.
Milwaukee Bucks veteran forward Drew Gooden had an interesting way of giving out two free tickets to Monday's game against the Chicago Bulls. He awarded them via Twitter to the first follower who could tweet at him with a picture of a Bulls jersey in a toilet. Don't believe me? Here's proof:Via @Kruppsanity35 Via SportsbyBrooks.
The Milwaukee Bucks had lost 9 in a row to the Chicago Bulls coming into Monday night. They were also on a three game losing streak for the season. Coming into the game, the Bucks had shot 10-62 from the three point line over the last three games. Ouch. For the first three quarters, it didn’t get any better for the Bucks. The Bulls play like grown men at the HighSchool open...
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...
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First person that can twit pic me a Chicago Bulls jersey in the toilet will getmy tickets for tonight's game
— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 26, 2012I guess the Bulls fan started getting negative tweets from fellow fans, but had this great response:
2 every1 whos saying I shouldnt of done that.I wasnt about 2 put my Rose or Jordan jersey in there.If I had...