The Chicago Bulls won their eighth game in their last 10 outings on Tuesday night, but Kris Dunn didn't get to see the end of the contest.
That's because the point guard, who scored 20 points and dished out a team-high 12 assists in the 115-106 win over the Milwaukee Bucks, was ejected late in the fourth quarter during a skirmish with Bucks forward Khris Middleton.
The two were battling for position near the lane when they got tangled up. Middleton appeared to get an elbow up high on Dunn, and the guard responded by taking down both players into a heap on the floor.
Both players were issued double technical fouls and were ejected from the contest.
The Bulls now have an 11-22 record on the season, and continued their strong run of play since Nikola Mirotic returned to the lineup. He'll soon be joined by Zach LaVine, who is expected to return to the court very soon.