The Chicago Bulls jumped out to leads of 15-2 and 20-4 and eventually stretched their lead to 30 in the 3rd quarter, knocking off the Milwaukee Bucks 105-84 in exhibition play at the United Center in Chicago on Monday night.
Derrick Rose poured in 24 points in 27 minutes, leading all five Bulls starters in double figures. That list included former Bucks player Mike Dunleavy, who finished with 12 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists in 33 minutes.
The Bulls also crushed the Bucks in rebounding, 52-31. Bucks starters had just 10 rebounds.
Gary Neal finished with 14 points to lead the Bucks. Brandon Knight added 13, Larry Sanders 12 and John Henson with 11 points and a team high 8-rebounds.
The Bucks continue exhibition play against the New York Knicks in Green Bay on Wednesday night.