The Brooklyn Nets made it a home and home sweep of the Milwaukee Bucks. After winning in overtime in New YOrk Tuesday night, the Nets rallied past Milwaukee in the 4th quarter at the Bradley Center Wednesday night to win 97-94. Brandon Jennings scored 31 points with 11 assists as the Bucks built leads of 12 at the half and they were up 8 heading into the fourth quarter. That's when the Bucks went cold, missing 15 of their first 17 shots in the final period as Brooklyn stormed in front 94-83. A furious rally gave the Bucks a chance to force overtime when Monta Ellis was fouled on a three point shot with :02 to play. Ellis missed the first two free throws and intentionally missed the third as Brooklyn secured the rebound and the victory. The Bucks (26-27) have dropped six of their last seven games but remain in the 8th and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. They will host the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night.
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