The Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks should be familiar with each other when they tip-off tonight at 7:00 p.m at the Bradley Center. The division rivals have met three times since Jan. 27, with the Bulls winning all three games. Speaking of streaks: Chicago will be looking for its eighth straight win. At the moment, the Bulls are two games in front of the Miami Heat for the top seed in the Eastern Conference and own the best record in basketball (32-8).
Milwaukee is on the outside looking-in at the playoff picture in the East. At 15-23 overall, the Bucks are in ninth in the conference and three games away from the eighth seeded New York Knicks for the final postseason spot. The Bucks had lost three games in a row before defeating the Philadelphia 76ers 97-93 at home on Monday.
When the teams last met on Feb. 22, Bulls center Joakim Noah recorded his first career triple-double in a 110-91 Chicago victory.
Game date/time: 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 6, 2012
Location: Bradley Center
TV: Comcast SportsNet Chicago
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