The Milwaukee Bucks earned their 41st victory of the season on Tuesday night, rolling past the Los Angeles Clippers 107-89 at the Bradley Center.
Brandon Jennings scored 17 points and center Andrew Bogut added 14 points and 9 rebounds as the Bucks guaranteed they’ll finish at or above .500 for the first time in six seasons. Bogut said he’s happy with their season, but knows there’s still a lot more to do.
The Bucks have 9-games left in the regular season, 4 at home and 5 on the road. It starts tonight, with a match-up against the front running Cleveland Cavaliers. Bucks head coach Scott Skiles on the Cavs.
The Bucks also have a road game at Charlotte on Friday night.