The Milwaukee Bucks got off to a slow start against the Chicago Bulls last night. Trailing by 10 points after the first quarter, Milwaukee slowly pecked away at the double digit lead. Precision 3-point shooting in the second half would help lift the Bucks to a tremendous 104-96 come from behind victory.
The United Center was kind to Brandon Jennings who scored a season-high 35 points, including 20 in the third quarter. Mike Dunleavy had 16 points off the bench. The Bucks, who lead the league in blocked shots, had a season-high 15 blocks, led by Larry Sanders' seven.
Chicago was led by Carlos Boozer's 22 points and 11 rebounds.