I didn't get to watch the whole game live, as I rarely get to watch a whole game live, so I bring you the links describing the outcome, and I'll chime in with the thoughts I have as well
First, I made a big point of discussing how injuries would make it hard for the Bulls to win. No excuses against Milwaukee who's missing Michael Redd and Luc Mbah a Moute (I'm sure I hacked the hell out of that spelling, if so apologies).
Second the Bulls lost this game in two phases IMO, first they don't shoot threes, and second they couldn't force turnovers. Milaukee only had six TOs on the night compared to the Bulls 14 (which is respectable if not great), and thus the Bucks had more possessions while shooting basically the same percentage.
The Bulls made it to the line more, but the Bucks ultimately won by shooting more threes at a high percentage.
Why didn't James Johnson play? I always ask that question. Especially when Lindsay Hunter played 20+ minutes. It's interesting because the Bulls played well while Hunter was on the floor, so it's hard to criticize despite the fact that Hunter didn't really do anything effectively.
It was nice to see Derrick Rose burn the hell out of Brandon Jennings in the second half, but I'm not sure why he wasn't doing that earlier in the game. Also nice that Rose had a better game overall than Jennings for those concerned about the Jennings > Rose bandwagon.
This was the first depressing loss in awhile, as it was a game you really hoped the Bulls could win. They do play a beat up Detroit team at home next game, so they'll have another opportunity to put a win on the board even missing Hinrich/Tyrus.