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 up I-94 and the success Chicago has had against the Bucks has led to many Bulls fans making the trip north. Bucks forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute said he only time he's been booed in his own arena was during a game against the Bulls.
"It's one of those weird things that kind of occurs on occasion," Bucks coach Scott Skiles said. "It's our home game, but there's as many Bulls fans in the building as our own."
Skiles believes the initial reaction to hearing cheers for an opponent's basket had a negative effect on some of Milwaukee's young players in years past. Now that they know what to expect and how to deal w...