Cleveland, Ohio (WSAU) The Milwaukee Bucks moved to within one-and-a-half games of a playoff spot last night, after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 110-to-90 at the Bradley Center. The Bucks won back-to-back games for the first time since January 29th. And they’re now a half-game behind Charlotte and one-and-a-half behind Indiana for the final Eastern Conference playoff spot, after both the Pacers and Bobcats lost last night. The bench provided the spark for Milwaukee’s victory. Coach Scott Skiles didn’t like what we saw from his starters – so he benched four of them almost 10 minutes into the game. Earl Boykins responded with 18 points in the first half, as the Bucks used an 11-0 run in the second quarter to go up by 13 at the break. The Milwaukee starters returned in the third period. And after building up a 21-point lead, Brandon Jennings and Andrew Bogut rested the entire fourth quarter. The Bucks shot 55-percent, improving to 8-and-0 when they shoot 50-percent-or-more. Six Milwaukee players scored in double figures, led by Jennings and Boykins with 18 apiece. Samardo Samuels scored 15 for Cleveland, which lost its third straight. Former Bucks’ guard Ramon Sessions scored 10. The Bucks’ next game is on Saturday night at home against Philadelphia.