CHICAGO Teams

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

The Chicago Bulls defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 115-109, and Bobby Portis' 29:24 off the bench was quite impactful. Portis finished with 27 points (9/16 FGs, 7/7 FTs) and 12 rebounds. Milwaukee played six players off the bench, and those players combined for only 25 points on 9/26 FGs and 11 rebounds.

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Mirotic's 3 a dagger in win (0:35)

ESPN Stats and Information  

According to Elias, the Bulls are the first team in NBA history to win 5 straight games immediately after losing at least 10 consecutive games.

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Nwaba beats defender baseline for acrobatic finish (0:23)
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Holiday soars on breakaway slam (0:16)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

This is what Schwarber did to one ball today.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Schwarber discusses his offseason where he's lost 17-20 pounds but doesn't believe he's lost strength. He was asked if he's proud of what he's accomplished so far.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Schwarber claims he has a nasty sidearm, knuckle ball.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Schwarber's morning ends with a little long toss.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Schwarber's buddy is pitching to him, even calling out situations. First one was 'no one on, no one out.' Schwarber hit a bomb. "1-0," he said quietly.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

This underhanded toss drill is simply to hit the ball where it's pitched. Schwarber said once in a while he'll pull an outside pitch but "I'd rather go where it's supposed to."

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Every few swings the tee is moved to different areas around the plate. Schwarber said a simple goal is to shore up the holes his swing -- though it's not that simple to accomplish.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Schwarber gets ready to do some bashing.

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Inside Schwarber's new workout routine (0:34)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Using the medicine ball, the focus is on rotational power. Though he's lost weight, Schwarber's trainers think he can increase his strength at the plate.

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Toughest buzzer-beating shots in 2017-18 season so far (1:46)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Resistance band training has been a major focus for Schwarber over the last month. The goal isn't to get huge, it's to get strong. His trainers don't increase the weights as much as focusing on explosive movements.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Perhaps because he knew the camera was rolling, Schwarber asked for a heavier weight for this drill.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

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