The Milwaukee Bucks have now dropped four straight, falling to the 76ers in Philadelphia Wednesday night 100-92. Philly had six players in double figures while the Bucks were led by Monta Ellis with 29. Brandon Jennings was held scoreless for the first time in his NBA career and was benched in the 4th quarter ast the Bucks were trying to protect a slim lead. Jennings wasn't happy about it in the locker room afterwards saying, "I don't see any All-Stars in this locker room. I think everyone should be held accountable." The Bucks still hold a six and a half game lead over Philly for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference but they now trail Boston by two and a half games for number 7 with 12 games remaining. If the Bucks stay where they're at, they'll open the post-season against the Miami Heat. The Bucks return home Thursday night to face the Los Angeles Lakers, fighting for the number 8 position in the Western Conference.
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