Coming off a 3-1 road trip out west, the Milwaukee Bucks returned to the BMO Haris Bradley Center Tuesday night and dispatched the Philadelphia 76ers 110-102. The Bucks shot better than 52% from the floor and got big games from Ersan Ilyasova and Brandon Jennings. Ilyasova scored a game high 27 points with a season high 16 rebounds. Jennings added 25 points with seven assists and his defense hounded Jrue Holliday into a three for 12 shooting night with 8 turnovers. Monta Ellis added 18 points with 10 assists. The Bucks took a 12 point lead into the 4th quarter but the Sixers closed to within 4. Jennings and Mike Dunleavy knocked down a couple of three's to keep Philly at bay. Milwaukee is 6-2 under new coach Jim Boylan and they've matched their season high four games above .500 (22-18). They head back on the road to meet the Cavaliers in Cleveland on Friday night.
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