Notebook: Bucks 103, Warriors 93

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Notebook: Bucks 103, Warriors 93
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THE FACTS: Brandon Jennings scored 31 points and 10 assists, knocking down a season-high six 3-pointers as the Milwaukee Bucks dealt another blow to the Golden State Warriors' playoff drive with a 103-93 victory Saturday. Bucks guard Monta Ellis added 26 points, five assists and five rebounds to help seal his second victory in as many trips to Oracle Arena since being traded from the Warriors to Milwaukee on March 13 in a deal for Andrew Bogut. Carl Landry, starting for Golden State in the power forward slot in place of injured All-Star David Lee, had 18 points and 10 rebounds, but the Warriors' backcourt trio of Klay Thompson (18 points), Stephen Curry (16) and Jarrett Jack (11) couldn't outgun Milwaukee's high-scoring duo. The sixth-place Warriors (35-29) are one game ahead of Houston and 2 1/2 in front of Utah and the Lakers (both 32-31) in the Western Conference standings.

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