The Milwaukee Bucks squandered a five point lead with a minute to play and wound up losing in overtime to the Magic in Orlando Wednesday night 113-103. The Bucks failed to get a pass inbounds on one posession, Monta Ellis missed a pair of free throws and John Henson was called for goaltending to allow Orlando back into the game. Former Buck Tobias Harris then hit a three point shot with 1.9 seconds left to tie the game. He was fouled by Marquis Daniels on the play but missed the free throw forcing overtime. Another former Buck, Doron Lamb hit a pair of three pointers in OT to lift Orlando to it's 20th victory of the season. Harris had a big game with 30 points and 19 rebounds, Nikola Vucevic also had a huge double-double with 30 points and 20 boards. Monta Ellis led the Bucks with 21 but he made just 7 of 27 shots. John Henson scored 17 with a career high 25 rebounds and seven blocked shots. He played extensively because Larry Sanders went down with a back injury after hitting the floor and Brandon Jennings never made it to halftime because of a sore achilles. Both those players are listed as day to day. Milwaukee (37-41) will make the playoffs but won't have a winning record with only four games left in the regular season. They missed a chance to gain ground on Boston for 7th in the East as the Celtics lost to Brooklyn. Milwaukee trails Boston by three games so it's almost a certainty they will open the post-season against the defending champion Miami Heat. The Bucks road trip continues Friday night in Atlanta.
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