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Jefferson's 24 Help Nets Smother Bucks

Carter adds 21 as New Jersey wins for second time in eight games

(Newser) - Richard Jefferson scored 24 points and Vince Carter added 21 as the New Jersey Nets beat the Milwaukee Bucks 111-98 last night. Bostjan Nachbar scored all 15 of his points in the second half for New Jersey, which won for only the second time in eight games. Jefferson, Nachbar, and... More »

Diener Leads Pacers Past Bucks

Indiana stays alive, playoffs-wise, with 105-97 win

(Newser) - Travis Diener scored 15 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter, and the Indiana Pacers beat the Milwaukee Bucks 105-97 Sunday night to remain in the playoff hunt. Diener made five of six 3-pointers in the final period. The Pacers trail the Atlanta Hawks by three games for the... More »

Dunleavy Pulls Pacers Past Milwaukee

Win pulls Indiana within three games of Atlanta in East playoff race

(Newser) - Mike Dunleavy had 27 points and 11 rebounds and Indiana kept its faint playoff hopes alive by edging the Milwaukee Bucks, 105-101, Friday night. Indiana pulled within three games of Atlanta for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with the victory. Troy Murphy scored 17 points and Danny... More »

Stojakovic Plays Hero for Hornets in Orlando

Williams wills Philly to win in NJ; Bucks topple Knicks in OT

(Newser) - Sweet-shooting forward Peja Stojakovic had six points in the final minute to lead the Hornets past the Magic, 98-97. After star point guard Chris Paul missed two free throws with six seconds left, Orlando had a chance to win, but Keyon Dooling misfired on a would-be buzzer-beater. Also in pro... More »

Hawks Fly Over Bucks

Atlanta holds on to eighth spot in the East

(Newser) - The Atlanta Hawks avoided a major issue on a night they celebrated a 115-89 win over the Milwaukee Bucks, reports the Associated Press. Star point guard Mike Bibby left the game in the fourth period last night with an injured left thumb. X-rays were negative, however, and it appears to... More »

Bucks Can't Solve Quinn, Heat's JV

Milwaukee drops to 6-28 with loss to inexperienced Miami squad

(Newser) - Milwaukee became the first team to lose twice to Miami this season thanks to the play of late replacement Chris Quinn, who scored a career-high 24 points in a 78-73 Heat win. Quinn filled in for Jason Williams, who had a right thumb injury, writes AP. It was the second... More »

Williams Leads Bucks Over Stumbling Cavs

Timberwolves hammer Knicks, Grizzlies outlast Kings in fourth quarter

(Newser) - Mo Williams scored 29 points, had 13 assists and just one turnover as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-98 last night, reports the Milwaukee Sentinel. Michael Redd also had 21 points, including six free throws in the final minute for the Bucks. LeBron James had 29 points and... More »

Spurs Edge Bucks in 8th Straight Win

Pistons leave Clippers reeling in 103-73 loss, despite Kaman's return

(Newser) - Two Michael Redd free throws stood between the Bucks and a tie game with the Spurs, but after missing the first one, Redd had to aim wide on the second and hope his teammates could tip the ball in. But Andrew Bogut's attempt failed, and San Antonio left town with... More »

Redd's Buzzer- Beater Stuns Cavs 105-102

Magic handle Nets in Jersey; Heat notch 2nd win in 28 games

(Newser) - LeBron James had a customarily monster 35-point game—but Milwaukee's Mo Williams topped him with 37, setting up a wild finish for sharpshooting lefty Michael Redd, who in a tie game had five seconds to race upcourt and launch the game-winning three-pointer. The Bucks were also aided by a 27-14... More »

Nuggets Blow 23-Point Lead Over Bucks

Jazz hold back Hawks' surge, Clippers never threaten Lakers

(Newser) - Denver seemed in good position to defeat Milwaukee with a 23-point lead, but the team "ran out of gas," as coach George Karl explained. The Bucks took advantage of 22 second-chance points and a season-high 42 from Michael Redd to surge to a 115-109 win, the Denver Post... More »

Pistons Put It All Together to End Loss Streak

Billups' 21 points lead rout of helpless Milwaukee

(Newser) - The Milwaukee Bucks were just what the Detroit Pistons needed to fix their two-game losing streak last night, reports the Associated Press. Chauncey Billups made sure the bleeding stopped with 21 points and 12 assists in a 127-100 rout. The Pistons had stumbled after going into the All-Star break with... More »

Hornets Sting Kidd in Debut With Mavs

Nets manage fine against Bulls, Bucks edge Pistons

(Newser) - Chris Paul showed his mettle again, scoring 31 points in the Hornets' 104-93 besting of Dallas last night, the Times-Picayune reports. " Every camera in America said it was a great starting line up with J-Kidd coming in," Paul said after the game. Kidd, in his first game with... More »

Clippers Push Past Bucks 96-89

Three LA players score 20 as Milwaukee's slide continues

(Newser) - Rookie Al Thornton scored 25 points in the Los Angeles Clippers’ 96-89 defeat of the Milwaukee Bucks. Thornton led a balanced offensive attack that saw Sam Cassell score 21 points, to go along with eight assists, and Corey Maggette score 20. Mo Williams, who is recovering from the flu, led... More »

Suns Shoot Past Bucks in 4th

Nash, Stoudemire come alive late, key a 114-105 Phoenix win

(Newser) - Down by six entering the fourth quarter, the stars of the Phoenix Suns emerged to lead their team to a 114-105 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. Steve Nash scored 15 of his season-high 37 points and Amare Stoudemire notched 10 of his 19 in the final period as Phoenix became... More »

Even Ailing Kobe Is Unstoppable

Lakers surge forth in the 4th for 110-105 win off Bryant's 37 points

(Newser) - With 21 points in the first three quarters of last night's game against the Bucks, Kobe Bryant seemed to be feeling the effects of his "viral upper respiratory infection." But then a breakout fourth quarter left Kobe with 37 points on the night and secured a shaky 110-105... More »

LeBron, Cavs Outlast Bucks in Double OT

Cleveland star reaches scoring milestone in win over division rival

(Newser) - In a battle of two teams struggling to keep up in the standings, Cleveland's big man, Zydrunas Ilgauskas, outplayed his counterpart for Milwaukee and the Cavs defeated visiting Milwaukee in double-overtime. That other guy for Cleveland, LeBron James, scored 31 points while playing nearly the entire game, reports the AP.... More »

76ers Send Bucks to First Home Defeat

Five Sixers score in double figures, Miller flirts with triple double

(Newser) - The Philadelphia 76ers haven’t had a lot of success so far this year but tonight they accomplished something no other team had: they beat Milwaukee at the Bradley Center. The Sixers got contributions from everyone in the 114-99 victory as Samuel Dalmebert scored 22 points and Andre Iguodala added... More »

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