After an overtime thriller in the borough Tuesday night, the Brooklyn Nets beat the Milwaukee Bucks for the second consecutive night, this time at the Bradley Center 97-94. The Bucks built a 12 point lead at the half with Brandon Jennings putting up another big performance, a game high 31. The lead was 8 heading into the 4th quarter when Milwaukee went cold, missing 15 of thier first 17 shots. The Nets, behind 23 from Derron Williams roared in front 94-83 in the closing minutes. A furious rally had the Bucks in position for force overtime when Monta Ellis was fouled on a three point shot with :02 to play. But Ellis would miss the first two and he intentionally missed the third with Brooklyn rebounding to secure their 4th straight victory. The Bucks (26-27) have now dropped six of their last 7 games and return to the home floor Saturday night hosting the Atlanta Hawks.
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