Life on the road in the NBA isn't easy but the Milwaukee Bucks won their first three games away this season. Monday night in Charlotte, the Bobcats rallied in the final minutes to edge the Bucks 102-98. After falling behind by 10 in the first quarter, the Bucks built a 91-82 lead with four minutes to play. The Bobcats finished the game on a 20-7 run. Former Buck Ramon Sessions led the way with 23 points, Kemba Walker added 19. Monta Ellis was high man for Milwaukee with 31. Mike Dunleavy added 16 while Brandon Jennings struggled from the floor and finished with only 10 points. It was hard to earn a whistle as Milwaukee got to the free throw line only 11 times, making 8 while the Bobcats knocked down 27 of 30 free throws. Charlotte improves to 5-4 while the Bucks fall to 6-3 and they have a tall order Wednesday night, paying a call on the defending champion Heat in Miami.
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