Boston, MA. (WHBL-Learfield) - The Milwaukee Bucks set a team-record low in scoring last night in an 87-to-56 loss at Boston. The 56 points were two fewer than the Bucks’ previous record-low of 58 against Seattle on February 21st of 2003, the day after the Bucks traded Ray Allen to the Super-Sonics. Allen didn’t play in that game, but he did last night for Boston and he led the Celtics with 17 points. Milwaukee scored just nine points in the first quarter and 22 by halftime. The Bucks made 22-of-70 shots from the floor for 31-percent. And they had just one player in double-figures – Earl Barron who didn’t play until the fourth quarter and scored 10. The Celtics pulled even with Chicago for the best record in the N-B-A’s Eastern Conference. The Bucks ended a three-game winning streak. And they fell to one-and-a-half games behind both Charlotte and Indiana for the eighth-and-final playoff spot in the East. Both the Bobcats and Pacers won road games yesterday. The Bucks will play at Atlanta tomorrow night.
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