"I was going to the lane and Warrick gave me like a forearm, like 3 seconds after the whistle," Hinrich said.
Officials assessed technicals on Hinrich, Tyrus Thomas, Bogut and Warrick, however no punches were thrown and Bulls and Bucks assistants made sure no one left the bench while officials reviewed the incident for several minutes.
"Just a lot of shoving. Nothing much. A lot of pushing back," Del Negro said. "You've got to control your emotions in those situations. It kind of started the play before that on the out of bounds play, they were pushing and shoving. But it was nothing."
But that nothing was the spark Milwaukee might be able to use with its tough upcoming stretch.
The Bucks begin a six-game Western trip on Sunday against the Lakers, followed by stops in Phoenix, Portland, Golden State, Utah and Houston over nine days.
"To go on the West Coast trip now with a big win like this, it's huge," Bogut said. "We were struggling before the New Year and people were questioning whether we're all together as a team. ... It's good to know your teammates got your back."
Milwaukee is 11-1 this season when Bogut scores 17 points or more. ... Ridnour hit a 40-footer at the third-quarter buzzer to tie the game at 64. ... The Bucks used a 19-0 run in the first quarter to open a 17-point lead. ... Bucks coach Scott Skiles said the staff had addressed the team about the Wizards' situation that caused Gilbert Arenas to be indefinitely suspended by the league, but declined to discuss the team's policy on gambling.