The Milwaukee Bucks wrap up their short 2-game road trip in Denver against the Nuggets tonight.
The Bucks (6-11) have dropped 6 of their last 7 games. They face a Denver team (10-6) that has won 4-straight and is 6-4 in their last 10-games.
Denver enters as the 5th-highest scoring team in the NBA (106.0) and are coming off a 5-point win over Phoenix on Sunday.
The Bucks are expected to play again without Andrew Bogut, Drew Gooden and Carlos Delfino.
Milwaukee is last in the NBA in points per game (91.2) and field-goal percentage (40.6%). Bucks head coach Scott Skiles said the Bucks had 29-wide-open shots from outside the lane in the loss to Utah on Monday and made just six. Along with injuries, poor shooting is a big reason why the Bucks are off to a slow start.