The Milwaukee Bucks are earning time and a half at the Bradley Center lately, winning their second straight overtime game, 109-108 against the Utah Jazz Monday night. Milwaukee squandered a 10 point lead after three but Brandon Jennings nailed a three with :08 left in regulation to force overtime. In the extra period, J.J. Redick hit a pair of long balls, scoring the first 8 points for the Bucks and Monta Ellis, the reigning NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week, hit a jumper to give Milwaukee a three point lead with 14 seconds to play. Ellis finished with 34, Jennings had 20 points and a season high 17 assists and Redick finished with 17 as head coach Jim Boylan played a three guard lineup extensively against the taller Jazz. Utah hurt Milwaukee on the glass, pulling down 23 offensive rebounds. The Bucks picked up their fourth straight win, climb to 30-28 on the season and pack their bags for a three game trip out west beginning in Los Angeles against the Clippers Wednesday night.
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