The Milwaukee Bucks had a tough night offensively but still had a chance to keep the Dallas Mavericks winless. Then came overtime, where the Bucks managed to score just one point and commit five turnovers on the way to a 86-75 loss.
Harrison Barnes led the Mavericks (1-5) with a career high 34 points on 13-of-26 shooting. Point guard J.J. Barea added 21 points.
Bucks leading scorer Giannis Antetokounmpo got into early foul trouble and they struggled without him. Both teams struggled offensively. The Bucks hit 30 of 82 from the field (36.6%) and Dallas hit just 33 of 88 (37.5%).
The Bucks, who jumped out to a 13 point lead early, went cold to finish the first half and trailed 47-39 at the break.
The Bucks ended up with 27 turnovers for the game and scored just 28 points in the paint, well below their league-leading average of 53.7.
The Bucks also hit just 6 of 29 (20.7%) from three-point range, while Dallas was 9 for 38 (23.7%).
The Bucks (4-3) are off until Thursday when they host the New Orleans Pelicans (0-6) at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.