February 6, 2016

Bucks fall to Bulls 93-86

Even with Brandon Jenning’s game-high 23 points, the Milwaukee Bucks could not find a way to take down the Chicago Bulls Saturday night.

Jennings was accompined by three other Bucks in the double digit scoring, with Monta Ellis scoring 17, Beno Udrih scoring 12 points, and Tobias Harris scoring 10 points.

The Bucks were also led by Ekpe Udoh and Larry Sanders with eight rebounds apiece, and Ersand Ilyasova and Monta Ellis having six rebounds apiece.

The Chicago Bulls were led in scoring by Richard Hamilton with 22 points apiece, Luol Deng had 14 points, and Kirk Hinrich had 1o points.

Boozer ended up with a double-double scoring 22 points and having 19 rebounds in the victory.  Joakim Noah had nine rebounds, while Luol Deng had eight rebounds.

The Milwaukee Bucks look to rebound when they take on the Chicago Bulls in Chicago on Monday.

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