October 24, 2014

Butler leads Bucks on his bobblehead night

Caron Butler’s playing time has greatly diminished this season, but last night he helped the Milwaukee Bucks end a 9-game losing streak.

On a night where Caron Butler bobbleheads were handed out to the crowd, Butler made up for the lack of playing time by pouring in  30 points in Milwaukee’s come-from-behind 104-101 win over the Detroit Pistons.

AUDIO: Coach Larry Drew praises Butler :07

The Bucks played without O.J. Mayo (illness) and Larry Sanders but found a way to win anyway.  It was a much-needed win for the Bucks and Drew said he’s thrilled to end the losing streak.

AUDIO: Larry Drew is thrilled to end losing skid :14

Butler also added seven rebounds and five assists while playing more than 32 minutes off the bench.

Former Bucks guard, Brandon Jennings had 30 points to lead the Pistons.