The Milwaukee Bucks fell to the Atlanta Hawks 104-99 Sunday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, falling four and a half games behind Atlanta for the 5th best record in the Eastern Conference playoff race. In a tight game that featured 23 lead changes, Al Horford scored 24 to lead Atlanta. Monta Ellis topped the Bucks with 20, Ersan Ilyasova scored 19 points with 10 rebounds in his first game back after missing three with an injury. The Bucks have now dropped three straight to fall to 34-35. While they still have a solid hold on the 8th place in the East, Milwaukee is now two games back of Boston for 7th and four games behind Chicago for 6th. Up next, the Bucks meet the 76ers in Philadelphia on Wednesday night.
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