After back-to-back road victories, the Milwaukee Bucks returned to the Bradley Center on Monday night and fell to the Atlanta Hawks 97-92.
Atlanta’s Joe Johnson scored 14 of his season high 28 in the 4th quarter to bring the Hawks from behind. In fact, Johnson scored 24 of his 28 in the second half.
After tying the game with a Drew Gooden 3-pointer late, the Bucks gave one up on the other end when Josh Smith buried a 3 from the left-wing.
Brandon Jennings scored 21 points and dished out 11 assists for his second double-double of the season. Mike Dunleavy scored a season high 17 in 31 minutes.
Stephen Jackson’s role last night was on defense. The Bucks forward played 28 minutes and took just 1 shot.
The Bucks fell to 6-10. They’ll head to Houston to face the Rockets on Wednesday night. Houston has won 7-straight.