Mil 30 21 24 19 94
Chi 32 26 27 15 100
Date of game: 10/16/2012

Recap: Chicago vs. Milwaukee

Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - Nate Robinson registered game highs of 24 points and 13 assists to lead the Chicago Bulls to a 100-94 win over Milwaukee in a preseason clash from the United Center.

Richard Hamilton added 23 points and Joakim Noah posted a double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds as the Bulls stopped a two-game slide and evened their preseason mark at 2-2.

With Chicago up 34-32 early in the second quarter, Nazr Mohammed dropped in eight points during a 15-0 run that gave the Bulls a 17-point advantage. Chicago would never trail from that point on, though a 7-0 spurt capped by a Beno Udrih jumper brought the Bucks within 92-89 with 4:32 left.

Milwaukee would not get any closer, however, and suffered its first loss following back-to-back victories to start the preseason.

Brandon Jennings, Samuel Dalembert and Mike Dunleavy all finished with 13 points for the Bucks, with Dalembert grabbing 10 rebounds in defeat.

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