nyone can kind of fill in the blanks for these Bulls games against good teams, and I shall for this 111-98 defeat in Milwaukee. The Bucks do not lose to bad teams, and the Bulls can not beat good teams, and lose in a typical fashion:
They hang in there for a period (aka ‘spurt’) or two, helped by opponent turnovers and Zach LaVine hitting difficult shots. But you notice that when the team concentrates for more than 8 seconds they can get an open three or layup. In this game the Bulls gave up a spurt early to be down double-digits, but LaVine kept them close. The Bucks wound up having 15 turnovers at halftime.