The Milwaukee Bucks could get their offense on track and watched as the Boston Celtics set a franchise record with 24 three-pointers (24 for 55) in a 117-113 Boston victory at TD Garden on Thursday night.
The Bucks, who have thrived on the three-pointer in the first seven games, hit just 9 of 29 on Thursday night.
They trailed by 15 heading into the fourth quarter but used a 12-0 run to open the final frame and make things close.
The Bucks climbed to within two points with under two minutes left on a Malcolm Brogdon layup.
The Celtics were in the process of going cold in the final minutes, failing to score a field goal in the final 3 minutes and 48 seconds of the game. But the Bucks couldn’t crawl all the way back themselves. [Read more…]