Derrick Rose set the tone right from the 90.

Rose finished with 26 points and 13 assists for the Bulls, who have won two straight and three of four. Luol Deng returned from a seven-game absence and scored 21 points to go with nine rebounds.

"I was just taking what they were giving me," Rose said of the quick start. "They were giving me my shot, I was taking it and thank god tonight they were going in."

Drew Gooden had 24 points while Tobias Harris netted 19 for the Bucks, who have lost two straight.

"They just got off to a great start," Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings said. "(Kyle) Korver wasn't missing, Rose wasn't missing in the beginning. They were moving the ball well as a team."

The Bulls made 14-of-30 from beyond the arc while the Bucks made just 1-of-12 from three-point range.

Deng was the only other scorer for Chicago in the first 5:53 as the Bulls jumped out to an 18-8 advantage. Rose finished the quarter with 16 points and five assists as the Bulls took a 30-16 lead into the second.

The 20-point barrier was breached on C.J. Watson's jumper as the Bulls led, 46-25, midway through the second.

Kyle Korver netted 12 points in the quarter as Chicago took a commanding 67-43 advantage into the locker room.

Rose's layup with 3:25 left in the third gave the Bull's their largest lead of 28, 84-56.

Chicago led, 87-46, after three and cruised to the easy win in the final quarter.

Game Notes

The Bulls have won six straight games over the Bucks...Korver finished with 18 points while Joakim Noah added 14 points and nine rebounds for Chicago...The Bulls outrebounded the Bucks 53-39.