MILWAUKEE, WI (WHBL) - The Chicago Bulls treat the Bradley Center like a home court. Even though they came into Saturday night’s game carrying a four-game losing streak, Chicago whipped the Milwaukee Bucks 93-86. That was the fifth straight win in Milwaukee by the Bulls. Carlos Boozer scored 22 points and took down 19 rebounds for the Bulls. Richard Hamilton also had 22. Brandon Jennings led the Bucks with 23 points. A jumper by Monta Ellis tied the score at 81 with a little less than five and a half minutes to go. A Mike Dunleavy layup would bring Milwaukee within two with less than two minutes left, but the Bucks never managed to draw even again. The loss was the third in a row for Milwaukee, dropping their record to 6-5. The same two teams meet again Monday night in Chicago.