The Milwaukee Bucks snapped a four game losing streak by turning aside the Los Angeles Lakers 113-103 in a battle of East and West conference 8th place teams at the BMO Harris Bradley Center Thursday night. Milwaukee got a career high 21 points from Larry Sanders who also pulled down 13 rebounds. Brandon Jennings scored 20 with seven assists a night after being held scoreless in Philadelphia. Ersan Ilyasova also scored 20. Kobe Bryant led the Lakers with 30, leaving him four shy of Wilt Chamberlain for 4th place on the NBA's all time scoring list. The Bucks (35-36) close to within 2 games of idle Boston for 7th in the East. Milwaukee will host Oklahoma City Saturday night.
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