No matter how successful the Chicago Bulls are, this one thing still plague's the city's fans. Touche', Milwaukee. Touche'. pic.twitter.com/J3OBsTSqbg — Michael Whitlow (@MAWhitlow) April 24, 2015 BAHHH-ZINGGG. Hey Chicago, you wantShow More Summary
He tried to tell y’all … Derrick Rose showed glimpses of his MVP form Thursday night, leading the Chicago Bulls to a 113-106 double-overtime win in Milwaukee. Bucks coach Jason The post Derrick Rose Drops 34 Points on Milwaukee in Game 3 Double-OT Win (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Grant Hill just wants to snack in peace. During halftime of the Chicago Bulls' 113-106 double-overtime win over the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 3 Thursday night, Hill wanted to taste some delicious treats. That is until a random dude walked...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls looked to take a dominant 3-0 series lead when they took on the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 3 on Thursday night. Derrick Rose and the Bulls had firm control of the series heading into Thursday night's game, but the young Bucks were eager to score a crucial win on their home court. The Bulls won 113-106 in double overtime. Show More Summary
MILWAUKEE—The NBA playoffs are where champions are crowned. They’re also where weaknesses are exposed, inexperience is illuminated and ultimately, where truly great teams grow to reach their full potential. Before the Chicago Bulls were...Show More Summary
Derrick Rose scored 34 points, Jimmy Butler added 24 and the Chicago Bulls beat the Milwaukee Bucks 113-106 in double overtime on Thursday night to take a 3-0 lead in their Eastern Conference playoff series.
Derrick Rose carried the Bulls to a nail-biting Game 3 win over the Bucks on Thursday night in Milwaukee. The Chicago Bulls are one game away from advancing to the second round of the playoffs. Chicago outlasted Milwaukee 113-106 in double overtime on Thursday to clinch Game 3 and move one win away from advancing the second round. Show More Summary
Jimmy Butler is just having a great time out there against the Milwaukee Bucks tonight. Already averaging 28 points per game in the first-round series, which his Chicago Bulls lead 2-0, the breakout forward is on pace for another impressive outing. Show More Summary
Down 2-0 to the Chicago Bulls in their first-round playoff series, the Milwaukee Bucks need something—anything—to get their young team going. And John Henson feels it. The long-limbed center followed up an errant jumper from GiannisShow More Summary
The Chicago Bulls will play the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday night in Game 3 of their NBA 2015 Playoffs series. The Bulls come into the game 2-0 up, and will be hoping to claim a road win at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Wisconsin to gain a three game lead and move to within one more win of the next round.
The Chicago Bulls visit the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday, hoping to extend their dominion over the series to 3-0, while the Bucks look to stop the bleeding. The upstart Bucks played valiantly during the two games in Chicago, but they came away with losses by 12 points (Game 1) and nine points (Game 2). Game 3 tips off at 8 p.m. Show More Summary
There are three NBA playoff games on the schedule for Thursday, and in each one the higher seed is looking to take a 3-0 series lead. The Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers will accomplish their goal, but the top-seeded Golden State...Show More Summary
On Thursday night, the Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors look to take a 3-0 series lead over the Milwaukee Bucks, Boston Celtics and New Orleans Pelicans, respectively. The scenes shift to the home courts of the losing teams in what has to be seen as a must-win situation for the Bucks, Celtics and Pelicans. Show More Summary
Jimmy Butler proved on Monday night that the Chicago Bulls have two perimeter players capable of exploding offensively. The Bulls shooting guard scored 31 points and grabbed nine rebounds in leading Chicago to a 91-82 win and a 2-0 lead...Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic will miss Thursday's playoff game at Milwaukee because of an injured left knee.
Somewhere amid the exhausting barrage of Derrick Rose injuries, the Chicago Bulls lost their elite status. No longer were they a young and ambitious team to be feared, but rather a franchise stuck in quicksand, wondering if their fallen...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls will be trying to improve their shaky record as recent road favorites when they visit the Milwaukee Bucks, hoping to take a commanding 3-0 lead with a victory in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference first-round playoff...Show More Summary
While many Chicago Bulls fans eagerly asked Derrick Rose for his autograph after Monday night's Game 2 matchup, one young Milwaukee Bucks fan patiently waited his turn—but not for a signature. All seven-year-old Bucks fan Brody David wanted to do was shake the Bulls star's hand. Show More Summary
ESPNChicago.com's Nick Friedell reported that Chicago Bulls power forward Nikola Mirotic suffered left quad and knee injuries on Monday night in Game 2 of the team's first-round matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks. Head coach Tom Thibodeau announced on Tuesday that the timetable for Mirotic 's return is not yet known, according to K.C. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls could be without forward Nikola Mirotic for Game 3 of their first-round playoff series against the Milwaukee Bucks because of an injured left knee.