The stat sheet looks a lot like last season. Forward Giannis Antetokounmpo played less than half the first preseason game, yet came up with a double-double in Milwaukee’s 116-82 win over the Chicago Bulls. It was the first game played in the new Fiserv Arena. Eric Bledsoe added 16 and Khris Middleton 15 in a game the Bucks led from start to finish. Milwaukee connected on 13-of-24 3-pointers, an indicator of the new offensive philosophy brought on board by head coach Mike Budenholzer. Former Buck Jabari Parker was held to two points, four rebounds, and two assists.