The Milwaukee Bucks go into the NBA's all-star break with a 2-game winning streak after Wednesday's 122-110 win over the Indiana Pacers at the Bradley Center. Richard Jefferson poured in 32 points, while Ramon Sessons had 15 points and 17 assists in the win.
The Bucks take a 26-29 record into the break. The 26 wins matches the win total for all of last season, and the Bucks go into the break holding down the 8th and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
With a tough early season schedule, the Bucks are welcoming a break. The Bucks have 27 games left in the second half, starting with a road game at Detroit next Tuesday. In that stretch, the Bucks will play 16 home games and have home stretches of 3, 2, 6 and 4 games.
The Bucks have played more uptempo of late and its worked. Last night, the Bucks shot 53.8% from the field, dished out 32 assists and hit 29 of 41 at the free throw line.