The Milwaukee Bucks continue to struggle on the BMO Harris Bradley Center floor, falling to the Dallas Mavericks Tuesday night 115-108. Vince Carter led the Mavs with 23 points including a pair of back breaking three pointers in the 4th quarter. Monta Ellis led the Bucks with 32, Mike Dunleavy added 18 and J.J. Redick scored 17. The Bucks two game winning streak ended and they drop to 32-30 overall. Milwaukee has a solid hold on the 8th playoff spot in the Eastern Conference but failed to gain ground on idle Chicago and Atlanta, which lost to Miami 98-81, the Heat's 19th consecutive victory. The Bucks are two and a half games behind Chicago for 6th and only 2 games behind the Hawks for 7th. Milwaukee travels to Washington to face the Wizards Wednesday night.
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