The Milwaukee Bucks played with the Boston Celtics for three quarters at the BMO Harris Bradley Center Monday night, unfortunately, you have to play four. Boston pulled away for a 102-86 win by outscoring the Bucks 32-18 over the final 12 minutes. Jeff Green led the Celtics with 29 points. Brandon Knight topped the Bucks with 22 while Gary Neal added 17. The Bucks committed 21 turnovers, many coming late when the Celtics finished it off. It was Milwaukee's third straight loss and they fell to 9-42 on the season, the only NBA team that has yet to reach double digit wins. They'll have one more chance to reach 10 before the All-Star break hosting the New Orleans Pelicans Wednesday night.
Bucks center Larry Sanders will be out indefinately after suffering a fractured orbital bone in his right eye in Saturday night's loss to the Houston Rockets.