The Milwaukee Bucks are 2 for 2 under new head coach Jim Boylan after outlasting the Chicago Bulls at the United Center Wednesday night 104-96. Brandon Jennings took over the game in the third quarter when he poured in 20 of his game high 35 points. Mike Dunleavy added 16 and Larry Sanders was big on defense with 12 rebounds and seven blocked shots. Carlos Boozer led the Bulls with 22 points and 11 rebounds, his sixth straight double-double. The Bucks improve to 18-16 and pull within a game and a half of Chicago for second in the Central Division behind Indiana. Milwaukee returns home Friday night to host the Detroit Pistons.