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News » Bucks outlast Blazers in 2OT for 2nd straight win

Bucks outlast Blazers in 2OT for 2nd straight win

Bucks outlast Blazers in 2OT for 2nd straight win

Jennings didn't take a shot in the first half, but came out firing to wake up the Bucks.

Trailing 44-39, Bogut and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute each scored before Jennings hit the first of his three 3s during an 28-8 run that Bogut capped when he took a pass from Jennings and dropped in for a 67-54 lead with 3:05 left. Portland went four minutes without a basket during the stretch, being outscored 30-15 in the third and trailing 69-59 heading into the fourth.

Jennings wore a brace on his left knee after hyperextending it in the third quarter of Wednesday's victory over Toronto.

"I had a new knee brace on so it was a little different for me," he said. "I wasn't really comfortable at first. In the second half, I just said forget it, let's play basketball."

The Trail Blazers' injured list grew by three this week.

Greg Oden, the top pick in the 2007 draft, had surgery on Dec. 6 to repair a left patella fracture and is out for the season. A day later, head coach Nate McMillan underwent surgery on his ruptured Achilles' tendon, and guard Rudy Fernandez had a procedure to alleviate pain in his right leg.

Portland forwards Travis Outlaw (foot), Nicolas Batum (shoulder) and Jeff Pendergraph (hip), and guard Patrick Mills (foot) were already out after undergoing surgery.


A moment of silence was observed for Wesley Pavalon, one of the original founders and owner of the Bucks, who died Saturday in West Bend, Wis. after succumbing to an illness. ... Portland assistant Dean Demopoulos, the acting head coach during the trip, said that McMillan will be back for Tuesday's game against Sacramento. ... Portland slipped to 6-7 away from the Rose Garden.

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