Bucks take down Bulls

The Milwaukee Bucks would let the Chicago Bulls get close but eventually pulled away in the final minutes, winning 112-99 at the United Center Monday night. Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with a double-double, scoring 29 points while securing 17 rebounds. The Bulls, led by Zach Lavine's 27 points, entered the second half down by one and at times keep their deficit at single digits. That's when the Bucks defense would clamp down, forcing the Bulls to shoot 38 percent and grab eight more defensive rebounds. The Bucks improve to 42-14 on the season as their road trip takes them to Indianapolis Wednesday night to take on the Indiana Pacers. 

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