Not that there was much doubt but the defending NBA champion Miami Heat polished off a four game sweep of the Milwaukee Bucks, winning game four Sunday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center 88-77. LeBron James scored 30, Ray Allen added 16. Miami rested Dwayne Wade with a sore knee. Monta Ellis led the Bucks with 21. Mike Dunleavy finished with 17. Brandon Jennings, who predicted a six game victory for the Bucks, struggled, hitting just one of seven shots for three points before getting benched in the fourth quarter. The Bucks lost every game by double digits and face an uncertain off-season. Jennings is a restricted free agent and is expected to test the market. Several other players are unrestricted free agents and the future on coach Jim Boylan is up in the air. General Manager John Hammond will be back to make the tough decisions after signing an extension earlier this year.
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