The Chicago Bulls successfully snapped their three-game losing streak, earning a 93-86 win on the road against the Milwaukee Bucks.
The Bulls utilized a distinct 54-40 advantage in rebounding to pull away from the Bucks in the second half despite a brilliant performance from Milwaukee point guard Brandon Jennings.
Jennings went for 23 points, seven assists and five steals in the losing effort. Rip Hamilton was impressive for the Bulls as he put up 22 points and went 10-of-10 from the free-throw line.
The Bucks were held to 17 percent shooting from beyond the arc and struggled to find offensive consistency all night.
Player of the Game: Carlos Boozer, PF, Chicago Bulls
The Bulls dominated the glass, and that domination can be chalked up to a killer performance from Carlos Boozer.
The power forward put up an impressive double-double for 22 points and 19 rebounds on 10-of-15 shooting from the field.
Up Next for Bulls
The Bulls will come back home to take on Jennings and the Bucks once again.
Up Next for Bucks
The Bucks will get their shot at redemption when they travel to Chicago to take on the Bulls again.