The Milwaukee Bucks find themselves in a very ominous 3-0 hole against the defending champion Miami Heat who beat the Bucks in game three 104-91 Thursday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The game followed a familiar script as the Bucks led 61-55 in the third quarter but that's when the Heat went on a 23-7 to take a 10 point lead into the 4th. Brandon Jennings and Larry Sanders led Milwaukee with 16 points each. Ray Allen led the Heat off the bench with 23, breaking Reggie Miller's NBA career playoff record for three point field goals. Game four is Sunday in Milwaukee.
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