The Milwaukee Bucks picked up right where they left off going into the all-star break. They came out of the break last night with a solid defensive effort and a 92-86 win over the Detroit Pistons in Auburn Hills, Mich.
Richard Jefferson scored 29 points and Ramon Sessions added 17 to lead the Bucks to the win. It pulled the Bucks to within 2-games of the .500 mark and within 2-games of the Pistons in the Eastern Conference's Central Divisioin.
The win is the 3rd in a row for the Bucks who went into the all-star break with wins over Houston and Indiana. It matches their longest win streak of the season. They'll try to make it four straight tonight when the Chicago Bulls face the Bucks back in Milwaukee.