SAN ANTONIO, TX (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Bucks were badly out-shot and out-rebounded as they lost their ninth straight game, 110-82 at San Antonio Sunday night. The Spurs made 11 of 18 from three-point range, as they out-shot the Bucks 57 to 37 percent. San Antonio controlled the boards 55-37, as they out-scored Milwaukee 46-32 in the paint, and 21-11 on fast breaks. The Bucks did have a two-point lead at 16-14, but the Spurs scored the final 15 points of the first quarter to put the game away. They led by 15 at the half, 24 after three-quarters, and as many as 28 in the final period. Brandon Knight scored 21 points as Milwaukee lost its nine straight game. Former Spur Gary Neal played for the first time since his January fourth locker room argument with teammate Larry Sanders. He had three points and three assists. Bucks' guard Luke Ridnour sprained his right wrist late in the first quarter. X-rays were negative, and Ridnour will undergo an M-R-I today. Patty Mills had 20 points and seven assists for San Antonio, which has won seven of eight. With the loss, Milwaukee dropped to 7-33. The Bucks will host Detroit on Wednesday night.