Milwaukee vs. Chicago Game Three: Winning Cures All The Bucks find their groove again

No Khris Middleton, no problem for Friday night’s Milwaukee Bucks,

the Chicago Bulls on the defensive end of the court,

while showing improved offensive flow en route to a decisive 111-81 win. They now have a 2-1 series advantage.

The Bucks started this game with significantly more energy on both ends of the court,

nailing triples from the perimeter and providing contests on all but Vucevic’s jumpers while getting out to a 33-17 lead.

They maintained that same defensive presence and kept up their shooting in the second quarter as they built a solid 60-41 advantage by half.

In a twist of fate, the third quarter was friendly to the Bucks, holding Chicago to just 18 points as they built up a 90-59 lead

Bud was able to put the backups in with more than six minutes to go as this one got out of hand early

six minutes to go as this one got out of hand early and let the starters get some extra rest in advance of an early tip on Sunday.