Milwaukee Basketball: Bucks Rout Wizards

Bleacher Report Senior Analyst IMarch 1, 2009



Well, let's keep it short and sweet this morning as I am a bit hungover not only from a little too much beverage, but from the inexplicable idea to get Taco John's at 3:00 am.

Milwaukee got a much needed win last night, defeating the Washington Wizards 109-93. A good game all around for the Deer as they led the entire game.

CV led all scores with 25 and generally couldn't miss a shot, he ended up 9-13. Richard Jefferson pitched in 22 while Session added a 12 and 10 double-double of the points and assists variety and Danny Gadzuric got his on double-double of the points and rebounds kind with 10 and 11.

Charlie Bell also continued to be a scoring asset off the bench knocking down a few treys leading to 12 points.

Amazingly the Bucks out rebounded a team. Let's give TBC player of the game to CV, top scorer and efficient, also hit four three-pointers.

We won yesterday. If we win today, that's two in a row. If we win tomorrow, it's called a winning streak; it has happened before.

The 29-33 Bucks continue to hold a one game lead over Chicago and New Jersey for the 8th seed while pulling to within a game and a half of the 7th seeded Detroit Pistons. Next up for Milwaukee is New Jersey at home on Tuesday, tip off at 7 pm.

(AP Photo By Darren Hauck, who took some really cool photos at the game, Take a look.)

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