Bucks-Pacers: Milwaukee Rolls in The 4th For 121-103 Win

Bleacher Report Senior Analyst IDecember 15, 2008

I'm not going to write a usual Bucks post because I didn’t see the game.

Originally I was planning to attend, but that fell through. And since the game was not on TV, I really have nothing for you other than the box score could provide.

Also I'll just mention that both Andrew Bogut and Charlie Villanueva had double-doubles with Bogut's being of the 20-20 variety, and CV earning his with 26 points and 10 rebounds, with 3 blocks to boot.

Michael Redd led the Bucks with 27 points. Wisconsin native Travis Diener did not play in his return to Milwaukee due to a sore foot. 


If you were not able to catch the game, apparently the Bucks had a 21-point lead sometime during the 3rd quarter that was completely squandered.

The Pacers then led 103-102 midway through the 4th when the Bucks turned up the D and the O and went on to score 19 straight points to finish off the game. That has to be a good sign, right? 



Milwaukee(10-15) goes back on the road Monday night against the Miami Heat(12-11) at 6:30 p.m. The game will be televised on FSN. 


TBC's Buck of the Game: Andrew Bogut—20 and 20, with 2 blocks. Pretty schniiisch.



(AP Photo By Morry Gash)

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