Win: Bucks 95, Bulls 91


Chicago’s home away from home took an unfriendly turn Wednesday night.

The Milwaukee Bucks, fighting to secure an Eastern Conference playoff spot, went all in and emerged with a hard-fought 95-91 victory over the Chicago Bulls at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

Not only did the Bucks end their nine-game home losing streak to the Bulls, they finally quieted the fans dressed in red and black colors in the crowd of 15,215.

Point guard Michael Carter-Williams posted his first double-double since joining the Bucks, contributing 21 points and 10 rebounds. He scored 15 consecutive Bucks points in the second quarter while taking advantage of his post-up game against 6-foot guard Aaron Brooks.

Via Bucks 95, Bulls 91 – Bucks avoid season sweep by Bulls @ JS Bucks Blog.

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