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News » Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2009-12-02

Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2009-12-02

Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2009-12-02With veteran center Andrew Bogut playing again, it'll be interesting to see whether the Bucks return to their original game plan.

Going into the season, the Bucks' coaching staff strived to have a balanced, inside-outside game. But when Bogut was sidelined for nearly three weeks with a sore leg, the Bucks became more of a perimeter-oriented offensive team.

As of Monday, the Bucks ranked fifth in the league in the number of 3-point attempts per game at 21.9. They had connected on 39.6 percent of those -- third best in the NBA.

The Bucks have been particularly good long-range shooters at home. In their first eight games at the Bradley Center this season, the Bucks shot a lofty .453 on 3-pointers.

Rookie point guard Brandon Jennings has shot a sizzling .578 from 3-point range at home.

Jennings, who was considered a suspect perimeter shooter coming into training camp, leads the Bucks in 3-point shots with 72. He has made 35 of them -- 48.6 percent.

Teammates Ersan Ilyasova and Carlos Delfino have shot 55 and 54 3-pointers, respectively. Ilyasova has connected on 36 percent, Delfino 43 percent.

BUCKS 99, BULLS 97: After missing the last six games, center Andrew Bogut returned to action and made an immediate impact Monday night at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Bogut registered a double-double with 22 points and 15 rebounds in 34:39.

Bogut was also dominant down the stretch, hitting two baskets and blocking two shots in the final two minutes of the game. Bogut was one of five Bucks starters to score in double figures. Charlie Bell had 16 points, Carlos Delfino and Brandon Jennings each had 15 and Ersan Ilyasova chipped in with 13.

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