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Bucks outlast Pistons to break losing streak

The Milwaukee Bucks 9-game losing streak came to an end as they defeated the Detroit Pistons 104-101 on Wednesday night.  On what was Caron Butler bobblehead night at the Bradley Center, the Wisconsin native came off the bench and led the Bucks with 30 points and 7 rebounds.  Former Bucks guard Brandon Jennings led the charge for Detroit, tying his season-high with 30 points in the loss.  The Pistons had a chance to tie and force overtime with 1.4 seconds left, but a Rodney Stuckey three-point attempt at the buzzer missed to give the Bucks their first win since New Year's Eve.  With the win the Bucks record now stands at 8-33 on the season.

The Bucks hit the road on Friday to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers.  Tip is at 6:30pm, pregame at 6:10pm on 95.3-WSCO.

posted : January, 22nd by WHBY

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