The Milwaukee Bucks delivered a pasting at the Palace, routing the Detroit Pistons 117-90 Tuesday night. They started slowly, falling behind 28-19 after the first quarter. A 33-14 second period put the Bucks up 10 at intermission and in the third quarter, Brandon Jennings got red hot. Jennings hit five three's in the third and finished with a game high 30 points. Mike Dunleavy added 17 and Monta Ellis scored a dozen. A 16-0 run in the third quarter put the game away. The Bucks are a season high five games over .500 at 24-19 and beat the Pistons for the first time in three tries. Milwaukee is 2 and a half games behind Central Division leading Chicago and they host the Bulls at the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Wednesday night.
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