Bucks fall in nailbiter

The Milwaukee Bucks have been tested with close matchups along their west road trip, and Tuesday was no exception. In their 122-121 loss to the Golden State Warriors, the game was close throughout. After the first quarter, the Bucks were down 28-26. At the intermission, the game was 53-51 in Golden State’s favor. Going into the fourth quarter, the Bucks had pulled ahead, up 89-83 after the third quarter. The Bucks would lead by double digits midway through the fourth quarter, but the Warriors would storm back in the final four minutes to close the deficit. The Warriors would take a one point advantage with 7.7 seconds left and the Bucks last second attempt to win was no good. 


The loss drops the Bucks record to 32-18. Milwaukee is still in third place in the NBA’s eastern conference. Milwaukee will continue their road trip when they take on the Mavericks on Thursday at 8:00 PM.


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