Bucks Smash 76ers in Philly
The Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers entered their match-up on Monday night with the two worst records in the NBA. The Bucks came into play play with the lowest win total in the league, while the Sixers were in the midst of a 10 game losing streak. As tough as the season had been to this point for the Bucks, the Sixers never put up a fight as Milwaukee cruised to a 130-110 victory. O.J. Mayo led the team with seven three-pointers and 25 points. The Bucks will travel to Indiana to challenge the Eastern Conference leading Pacers on Thursday night at 6:00 p.m.
posted : February, 24th by WSCO
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