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  1. #16
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    Well we won it, but we still can't close out the game for ****... OMG. Good game though.
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    I can't believe I missed this game. I turned the TV off towards the end of the third quarter.

    But sounds like Lamb and Ersan had quite the game. Monta is getting a lot of hate right now though, which i can see because he is shooting like ****
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    hell of a game ersan is better off the bench lamb looked good also! really sucks that both ersan and drew gooden are nothing better than bench players and theyre taking up alot of cap between 2 players, itd be really nice to trade 1 if not both or keep ersan for 6th man and maybe buy out or amnesty?if we still can? gooden....so far this season im impressed with jennings being more of a leader and playing D leading the league in steals also with henson just being a straight baller! 18 n 17 one night 10 pts in like 3 min another night! Sanders should be starting if only he could stay outta foul trouble! dunleavy and udrih both started off really hott but kind of sizzled out the last few games up until tonight! they are going to be a large part of our success because the fact is jennings and ellis are jump shooters and are going to have off nights at least 30 to 40 percent of the time!
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    Amnesty expired this season. Have to wait till next season.

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    Drew Gooden ‏@DrewGooden
    First person that can twit pic me a Chicago Bulls jersey in the toilet will get my tickets for tonight's game
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    Quote Originally Posted by MILLERHIGHLIFE View Post
    lol
    Was this from yestrerday?? I have an old Bulls jersey I woulda def done that with lol.
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    Our bench saved us.

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    It was great to see Lamb give some quality minutes. 8 points without missing a shot, 2 assists, and played hard on the defensive end. He's plenty quick to guard opposing 2's, he's just a little small.

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    Lamb better defender then Ellis for sure though.

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    true that id say with what he showed against rip he may be the best 2 defender we have healthy right now, we even tried daniels on rip n daniels got ripped lol...i really think lamb will pull ahead of daniels and show he should get some pt but who knows henson played less than a min an a half after going 17 pt 18rb
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    The Chicago Bulls (6-7) had defeated the Milwaukee Bucks (7-5) nine straight times heading into Monday night’s showdown in Chicago. However, the Bucks overcame a 27-point fourth quarter deficit to start their own win streak as they beat the Bulls 93-92 to stay atop the Eastern Conference’s Central Division.

    Milwaukee scored 30 points in the fourth quarter while they held Chicago to a measly 12 points, half of what they mustered in the second quarter. The Bucks’ second squad was the difference maker in the game as Ersan Ilyasova, who has been coming off the bench recently due to a lack of production, scored 18 points with six rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block. Ekpe Udoh was also huge as he scored 11 points and grabbed six rebounds, but his five blocks were the biggest contribution of the night.

    The Bucks shot a terrible 20 percent from beyond the arc, which is very unlike them as Milwaukee prides themselves on being a top notch 3-point shooting team. Also, their 63.2 free throw percentage was not very good either and could have easily cost them the game. However, the Bucks did outshoot the Bulls with a 45.9 field goal percentage versus Chicago’s 43.8 percent.

    If anything, Milwaukee’s hard-nosed, aggressive style of defense deserves the credit for the victory. Obviously, the Bucks’ offense was the reason they were able to outscore the Bulls by 18 points in the fourth quarter. However, Milwaukee’s staggering 12 blocks and four steals is what ultimately won the contest.

    Head coach Scott Skiles wants his team to swarm the ball and block as many shots as possible on defense to give the offense an edge. As soon as a shot is blocked or someone creates a turnover, it is off to the races as the Bucks are a very quick team up and down the court. Skiles also believes his second string of players is the best in the league and they win games by simply playing better than their opponent’s second squad plays.

    The Bucks must use the win as a confidence booster, as well as motivation for when they play tougher opponents. The fact that Milwaukee has been able to stick with just about every team they have faced this season is certainly a sign of good things to come as the Bucks are trying to reach the postseason for the first time in three years.

    Milwaukee cannot celebrate their thrilling victory for long because they host the New York Knicks (9-4) on Wednesday night. This will be a big game for the Bucks and they will have a great opportunity to make up ground in the conference on the third place Knicks.
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