An 11-point advantage in the fourth quarter allowed the Milwaukee Bucks to pull away from the Chicago Bulls on Monday night with a 115-101 victory.
Giannis Antetokounmpo and Brook Lopez each notched double-doubles in the victory, with Antetokounmpo springing for 33 points and 10 rebounds, while Lopez dropped 19 points and also pulled in 10 rebounds.
Chicago's bench scored 63 of the Bulls' 101 points, led by Daniel Gafford with 21 points.
Milwaukee's fourth win in a row guaranteed a winning road trip, as the Bucks have taken the first two of a three-game swing through the Eastern Conference. The Bucks are in Atlanta Wednesday before returning home Thursday to play the Trail Blazers.
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