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.
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.
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.