Brandon Jennings and Nate Robinson are both undersized point guards, but Jennings got the better of Robinson Wednesday night, dropping 35 on the Bulls to lead Milwaukee to victory.
Check out highlights from the Bulls' loss to the Bucks Wednesday night. Brandon Jennings led the way for Milwaukee with 35 points.
The Bulls blew a lead against the Bucks again on Wednesday night, falling to Milwaukee as Brandon Jennings led the charge with 35 points for the Milwaukee. Carlos Boozer had 22 points for Chicago.
2013 has been good to Carlos Boozer, who has double-doubles in five straight games. His continued success in the new year is surprising to most, but not his coach or teammates.
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The Maloof brothers are set to finalize a deal that would sell the Kings to a group looking to move the franchise back to Seattle.
Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau discusses the reasons for his team's improvement behind the three point line.
The Bulls are slowly turning things around from beyond the arc, and the addition of Daequan Cook may improve that further. That and more in Bulls' shootaround notes.
Tom Thibodeau may not live in the past, but he hasn't forgotten about the 27-point lead his team blew in a late-November loss to the Bucks. The Bulls are looking to make sure that doesn't happen again.