Against the Bucks, Mirotic is again decisive and leader in the Bulls triumph

The Spanish Montenegrin power forward Nikola Mirotic regained his best inspirations and again was the leader of the attack of the Chicago Bulls that won at home 106-115 to the Bucks of Milwaukee.

Mirotic, who went on reserve, contributed 24 points in the 28 minutes he saw action with 9 baskets of 18 field goals, including the 4 triples of eight attempts he scored, and 2 of 4 from the line of personnel.

The former Real Madrid player also had a leading role in the painting by capturing eight rebounds – defensive six – gave an assist and committed a personal foul.

Base Kris Dunn provided a double-double of 20 points, 12 assists, four rebounds and four turnovers that also helped the Bulls win (11-22), which broke a two-game losing streak.

While the escort Justin Holiday added 15 points for the attack of the Chicago team.

For the Bucks, Greek forward Giannis Antetokoumpo scored 28 points, base Eric Bledsoe added 22 and reserve guard Malcolm Brogdon added 18 and the Milwaukee team (17-15) added consecutive losses and dropped to fourth in the Central Division.


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