February 13, 2016

Bucks lose in Philly as Jennings is benched

The Milwaukee Bucks losing streak hit four games Wednesday night as they went on the road and fell 100-92 to the Philadelphia 76ers.

Milwaukee had a chance to take a big step towards locking up a playoff spot.  With their magic number at 5 over Philly, the Bucks could have cut that to three with a win.

Monta Ellis had 29-points to lead the Bucks.  Brandon Jennings was held scoreless for the first time in his 281-game career.  Part of the reason Jennings didn’t score was he was benched midway through the 3rd quarter.  Head Coach Jim Boylan questioned the team’s effort after the game…

AUDIO: Jim Boylan was not happy with the teams effort :17

The Bucks look to bounce back by opening up a 4-game home-stand tonight.  The L.A Lakers are in town Thursday for a 7:00 tip.  After that, Milwaukee gets Oklahoma City Saturday, Charlotte Monday and Minnesota Wednesday.

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