After beating the Boston Celtics twice this season, the Milwaukee Bucks fell short in their third attempt, losing last night 108-100 in Boston.

The Celtics got hot in the fourth quarter and pulled away for the win.  The Celtics hit 14 of 20 (70%) in the fourth quarter.  They finished 49% overall and 45% from three-point range for the game.

The Bucks fell to 3-14, losing for the 12th time in the last 13-games.

Jordan Crawford had 25 points to lead the Celtics.  O.J. Mayo paced the Bucks with 19 points.

The Bucks will return home tonight and will get another shot at former point guard Brandon Jennings when they face the Detroit Pistons at the Bradley Center.

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