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News » Milwaukee Bucks Notes, Quotes 2009-12-14

Milwaukee Bucks Notes, Quotes 2009-12-14

Milwaukee Bucks Notes, Quotes 2009-12-14--The Bucks improved their record to 9-3 at the Bradley Center after their 108-101 double-overtime victory over the Trail Blazers Saturday night. The Bucks lost two of those games by a combined four points, including an overtime loss to the Mavericks.

--Wes Pavalon, one of the original founders and owner of the Bucks, died Saturday in West Bend, just outside of Milwaukee.

--Two calls during the Bucks-Blazers' game Saturday night were overturned upon review, including a tip-in by the Bucks at the end of regulation. Officials on the floor ruled the tip-in good but, after looking at the replay, changed the call.

--Luc Mbah a Moute's twin brother, Emmanuel Bidias a Moute, is a reserve forward for Texas State. Bidias a Moute, a senior, is averaging 2.7 points a game while coming off the bench for the Bobcats. Luc Mbah a Moute said he would have never played basketball unless his brother had introduced him to the game.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "We just kept fighting. We knew this was their (the Blazers') fourth game in six days and that they would wear down eventually." -- Bucks backup point guard Luke Ridnour, who scored 20 points, including six in the second overtime, in the Bucks' 108-101 victory over the Trail Blazers.

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