Rashad Vaughn scored 21 points and first round draft pick D.J. Wilson added 17 points and eight rebounds, but the Milwaukee Bucks dropped to 1-2 in Summer League play, falling to the Los Angeles Clippers 100-93.
Wilson scored 10 points in the first six minutes and had 15 points at halftime, hitting 3 of 4 three-point attempts.
The Clippers tightened their defense on Wilson and he managed just two points in the second half, a basket in transition.
The Bucks led 75-71 after three quarters but started the fourth with 10 straight missed shots, which led to their downfall.
Newly acquired Sterling Brown added 14 points, 4 rebounds and 3 blocked shots, while former Badger Bronson Koenig finished with 9 points.
The Bucks will play on Wednesday in the first round of the Summer League playoffs. Their game time and opponent will be decided after Tuesday’s games.