Milwaukee Bucks Weekly: Bucks Get A Road Win In 1-3 Week

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Dec 7, 2013; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks guard O.J. Mayo (00) takes a shot against Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez (11) in the 4th quarter at BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Nets beat the Bucks 90-82. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

The Milwaukee Bucks broke a seven-game road losing streak last week, but that was their only victory as they split a pair on the road and lost two at home.

After beating the Boston Celtics the previous Saturday Milwaukee took one on the chin Tuesday night, losing 108-100 to the Celtics in the return matchup at TD Garden. The Bucks followed that up with a 105-98 loss at home to the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday.

Milwaukee broke through on the road Friday night, getting a 109-105 overtime win over the Wizards in Washington, but lost Saturday night to the Brooklyn Nets back at the BMO Harris Bradley Center 90-82 to end the week.

We’ll go through the week that was, take a look at how the rookies are doing, discuss some of the week’s highs and lows, recap the injury report, take a look at how the Bucks stacked up statistically last week and for the season, pick a HoopsHabit.com Bucks player of the week and take a quick peek at the week ahead.

As of now, the Bucks are 4-16 and dead last in the Eastern Conference, five games behind eighth-place Chicago in the conference standings.

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