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News » Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2008-11-30

Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2008-11-30

Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2008-11-30
There are few, if any, NBA teams happier to put November in the rearview mirror than the Bucks.

Milwaukee went through a most trying month, playing 17 games, which was a franchise high for November.

What's more, the Bucks had eight back-to-back games and played a league-high 12 games on the road.

Fortunately for the Bucks, the schedule becomes more manageable in December. They have 14 games in December, and they have only three back-to-back games.

That doesn't mean December will be a stroll in the park. From Dec. 7 through Dec. 19, the Bucks will play six of their seven games on the road, including a three-game West Coast trip against the Lakers, Suns and Warriors.

CAVALIERS 97, BUCKS 85: The Cavs have LeBron James; the Bucks don't. That essentially was the difference in this game Saturday night at the Bradley Center. Every time the Bucks made a run in the waning minutes, James answered. James scored nine consecutive points late in the game to keep the Bucks at bay.

The Bucks trailed 86-81 after a pair of James free throws and had a chance to tighten the game, but Michael Redd missed a 3-pointer. James then followed with a lay-in to put the Cavs comfortably ahead.

Redd led the Bucks with 20 points.

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Added: November 30, 2008


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