Early exit poll results from Tuesday night's game between the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls suggested the Bucks would win the game by a convincing margin, thanks to a 43-29 halftime advantage. "I'm getting out of here," said one Bulls fan who left at the half. "I have better things to do than watch them get blown out by freaking Milwaukee. The Bucks are just the better team tonight." Due to the strong exit poll evidence from those leaving the game, Bulls head coach Vinny Del Negro called Bucks head coach Scott Skiles to concede. "He was very gracious," said Skiles. Del Negro's concession puts the Bulls in a bit of a bind considering Chicago came out on top when the final points were tallied, 83-81. "You trust this exit polling, but it's just not an exact science," said Del Negro. "Lesson learned."