Down four starters, Bulls fall to woeful Bucks
CHICAGO -- The Bulls began this season with championship aspirations. The goals seem much less lofty these days, as in, you know, dressing 10 healthy bodies. The Bulls failed in that quest Tuesday night and also failed to down the woeful Bucks, falling, 78-74, at a restless United Center. Down four starters, the Bulls posted a season-low in points for the second straight game. It's the first time since January 2008 the Bulls failed to crack 80 points in back-to-back games. "We're losing to teams we should be beating, especially at home," Taj Gibson said. "Lately, we tend to lose focus." In a surprise, Joakim Noah was a late scratch with a bruised right thigh, leaving the Bulls with ...