* The Bucks’ last game at the United Center was their Game 5 first-round playoff win over the Bulls. At the same time, Chicago has won six of its last seven regular season games against the Bucks, despite shooting below 40 percent from the field in four of the six wins.
* In their 123-98 loss to the Spurs last night, the Bucks had their seventh game this season in which all five starters posted double figures in points. Only the Pistons (nine) and Hawks (eight) have more such games this season.
* For the third time this season (also November 9-18 and December 10-16), the Bulls have won four consecutive games. The Bulls have also shot at least 80 percent from the free throw line in three consecutive games.
* The Bulls have scored at least 102 points in each of their last seven games (the longest active streak in the NBA), after scoring at least 102 points just twice over their previous 14 games.
* Michael Carter-Williams has matched a season-long streak with at least six assists in each of his last four games (also December 7-12).
* After scoring just two points in the first half on Sunday against the Raptors, Jimmy Butler scored a Bulls franchise-record 40 points in the second half to lead Chicago to a 115-113 road victory.