The Milwaukee Bucks won a game for the first time in 2014, defeating the Detroit Pistons 104-101 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center Wednesday night. The victory ends a nine game losing streak dating back to New Year's Eve. Caron Butler came off the bench to score a game high 30 points. Brandon Knight added 16 points with nine assists. Knight was aquired from Detroit in the Brandon Jennings trade. The former Buck scored 30 to lead the Pistons. The Bucks (8-33) still have the NBA's worst record and they'll meet the Cavaliers in Cleveland Friday night.
Forbes Magazine is out with it's list of the NBA's most valuable franchises. The Bucks are at the bottom of the list, the league's least valuable team estimated at 405 million dollars. For the second year in a row, the New York Knicks are the most valuable franchise with Forbes saying they are at 1.4 billion dollars.