Title 2


Chicago trailed by as many as 37 points in a disappointing game that wasn't close after the first quarter.

The Bulls wanted to make sure they got the attention of the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks.

the first Bulls home playoff game in more than five years made it look like it may be another five years in a dominating

it may be another five years in a dominating, overpowering, magisterial, commanding

there may not be enough adjectives to fully explain this one—111-81 victory over the Bulls to take a 2-1 lead in the opening round playoff series.

"They came out and whupped out butts, and now it's on us how are we going to respond,

Though it was hardly DeRozan's fault or deserving much or any of the blame.

The Bucks just were so much better and superior that you'd think

"That's what I've always talked about with teams that have won championships," reminded Bulls coach Billy Donovan.