DENVER, CO (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Bucks played a flawless first half in Denver Tuesday night, shooting over 60% from the floor in building a 66-51 lead at intermission. But the Bucks were terribly flawed down the stretch with several ugly turnovers as the Denver Nuggets rallied for a 112-104 victory at the Pepsi Center. The Bucks wasted a career high night for center Samuel Dalembert who scored 35 points on 17 of 21 shooting from the floor to go along with a dozen rebounds. Ty Lawson and Danil Gallinari each scored 22 points for the Nuggets who won their seventh straight. The Bucks are now 25-22 and four games behind Indiana in the Central Division race. The short road trip concludes Wednesday night with the Bucks taking on the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City.
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