The Bucks aren't a particularly interesting team to me. Seeing how Brandon Jennings does vs Derrick Rose would have been exciting, except that Rose is going to miss the game. Still, there are some interesting things to watch for in any preseason game.
Other things to watch for:
How does Noah contend with the bigger more physical Andrew Bogut? We know one of Noah's largest weaknesses has been a lack of strength. He has height, but not weight. He's been lifting a lot this summer, and we'll get to see how he fairs against a bigger, physical, post up center.
Can Noah continue to use his speed to take opposing centers off the dribble and force them into fouling him? He displayed this ability in London consistently. He'll get another chance against Bogut.
How does James Johnson fit into the schemes without the ball in his hands, and do the Bulls get the ball in his hands more? He struggled in game 1, but he had a great activity in game 2.
Does Luol Deng's explosion look any better? He had a great game in London, but he lacked explosiveness on two plays that should have been easy dunks where he held back and shot layups.
Can Taj Gibson keep up his high level of play? After a great game 1, he had a solid game 2. Taj looks like he can be a factor this season as a role player and needs to continue to play well.
Will Derrick Byars put forth another good game? He's played well in both games so far, and the Bulls are probably at least considering keeping him on the roster.
Tyrus Thomas spent his first game shooting a lot of jumpers, but right before the concussion, he appeared to reign it in and start attacking the hoop. Which Tyrus comes out in this game?
To whatever extent I can, I will attempt to live-blog, but given that it's my birthday, I may not watch the game until it's over.