The Chicago Bulls crushed the Milwaukee Bucks 120-66 to advance to the second round of the 2015 NBA playoffs on Thursday. The 54-point margin of victory was the fourth largest in NBA playoffs history, per Fox Sports. Mike Dunleavy had a game-high 20 points for Chicago, who had dropped Games 4 and 5 before closing out the Bucks emphatically at the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Thursday. No Milwaukee player finished in double figures in points. Tempers flared but the Bulls came out on top and head on to play LeBron and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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