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The Chicago Bulls looked to regain momentum as they tried to get a win last night over the Milwaukee Bucks The Bulls play the Bucks in back to back games as the Bulls lose game 1 out of 2 in a horrible performance.
The Bucks came out from the start dominating on the Bulls, and the Bulls weren’t able to recover from it, as they let the Bucks get 38 first quarter points. The second quarter wasn’t any better at all, as the Bulls defense and offense was absent. The Bulls were missing all kind of shots, which includes that missed alley oop from Rondo to Butler mid second quarter.
Milwaukee had complete control over this game from start to finish. Largest lead for the Bucks was 27, but the Bulls tried to come back in the fourth and cut the lead down but it wasn’t enough.
Jimmy Butler scored a total of 21 points with 3 assists on 6/16 shooting, Dwayne Wade added 20 points 6 assist on 8/13 shooting, Rajon Rondo added 8 points and 8 assists and Taj Gibson had 19 points. The Bulls bench didn’t add that much; Doug Mcdermott added 8 points and Cristiano Felicio contributed 7 points off the bench.
The Bucks guard, Giannis Antetokounmpo, had a good game scoring 30 points and 14 rebounds. Jabari Parker put up 28 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assist. Both Jabari and Giannis combined for 24 points in the first quarter alone.
The Bulls played with no energy, heart, or anything else against Milwaukee. In the second half, the Bulls showed a little more energy as they tried to get back in the game, but it was too late as Milwaukee took the Win. Now The Bucks will head south to the United Center to face the Bulls again. This time the Bulls look to get a win at home to show us fans some type of hope.