The Bucks erased a 27-point deficit during the rally, which was capped by Ekpe Udoh's driving layup with 57.5 seconds remaining -- providing what proved to be the decisive blow.
The Bucks outscored Chicago 42-14 over the final 14 minutes to snap a nine-game losing streak against the Bulls, including a loss at Milwaukee Saturday in the first of back-to-back meetings.
Chicago fell despite 30 points from Richard Hamilton.
Carlos Boozer added a double-double of 19 and 11 rebounds for the Bulls, who made just 4-of-19 shots down the stretch.
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