The Milwaukee Bucks were brought back down to earth by the Memphis Grizzlies at the Bradley Center on Wednesday night, falling 108-90. After opening the season with a nice victory at Boston and a buzzer beating win over Cleveland at home, the 2-0 Bucks went cold from even in close in dropping their first of the year. Head coach Scott Skiles estimates the team missed 15 layups in the game, driving inside against Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph. Randolph led Memphis with 18 points and 13 rebounds. Brandon Jennings topped Milwaukee with 19 points and five assists, Monta Ellis added 15 points. Number one pick John Henson made his debut after missing most of the pre-season with a knee injury. The Bucks fell behind by double digits early and never recovered on a cold shooting night. Milwaukee hits the road for a Friday night date against the Wizards in Washington.
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