(WNFL) - Milwaukee Bucks' fans will have a better chance tonight to judge the trade which sent point guard Brandon Jennings to Detroit for Brandon Knight. The Bucks and Pistons will play each other for the second time since the July trade, and the first time at the B-M-O Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks lost at Detroit 113-to-94 last Monday night. Jennings had 15 points and 13 assists in that game, while Knight was still coming off a bad hamstring. Last night, Jennings hit a long three-pointer to help Detroit come from behind to win at Miami -- ending the Heat's 10-game winning streak. Knight is playing major minutes again as the Bucks' new point guard, but he struggled in last night's eight-point Milwaukee loss at Boston. Knight had 15 points, but he only made 5-of-15 shots from the floor. The Bucks also obtained forward Khris Middleton in the Detroit trade -- and he's been a big help so far, especially in the wake of injuries to a number of key Milwaukee front-liners. The Bucks are 3-and-14 going into tonight's contest. Detroit is 8-and-10.