The Milwaukee Bucks returned to the BMO Harris Bradley Center after a 3-1 road trip to host the Philadelphia 76ers Tuesday night and thanks to hot shooting, delivered a 110-102 victory. The Bucks shot 52% from the floor in winning their third straight game. Ersan Ilyasova put up big numbers, 27 points and a season high 16 rebounds. Brandon Jennings added 25 points with seven assists and defensively, hounded Jrue Holliday into a 3 for 12 shooting night with 8 turnovers. Monta Ellis added 18 points with 10 assists. Milwaukee (22-18) had a 12 point lead entering the 4th quarter but the Sixers closed to within 4. Jennings and Mike Dunleavy each nailed big three point shots to keep Philly at bay. The Bucks are 6-2 under new head coach Jim Boylan and they head back out on the road meeting the Cavaliers in Cleveland Friday night.
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