December 20, 2014

Bucks will finish with worst record in the NBA

Win or lose tomorrow night when the Milwaukee Bucks close out the regular season at home against Atlanta, the Bucks will have the distinction of ending the season with the worst record in the NBA.

The Bucks dropped their 14th straight road game last night when they lost
110-100 in Toronto as the Raptors pulled off the season series sweep four games to none.

The Bucks (15-66) now officially have the best shot at the first overall pick in the upcoming June draft and can do no worse than fourth.

Ramon Sessions had 21, Jeff Adrien 19 and Brandon Knight 18 for the Bucks.

Greivis Vasquez earned a start with DeMar DeRosan resting on the bench and scored 25 points to lead Toronto.  The Raptors are making their first playoff appearance since 2008.  They set a franchise record last night with their 48th win.

The Bucks finished 5-36 on the road this season.