(WNFL) - The Milwaukee Bucks have lost 14 straight games in Orlando, and they'll try to end that streak tonight. The Magic is happy to be back home, after losing at Boston 120-to-105 on Monday night to go 0-and-4 on the road. Orlando is 3-and-1 at the Amway Center, where they've allowed opponents to score just 89 points a game with a 37-percent field goal percentage. Milwaukee has lost two straight, after getting crushed at Miami last night 118-to-95. The injury-depleted Bucks remain without two starters -- center Larry Sanders and power forward Ersan Ilyasova. But point guard Brandon Knight got more playing time against the Heat, in his second game back from a nagging hamstring injury. Bucks' shooting guard O-J Mayo had averaged 28 points in his previous two games, before being held to a season-low six in Miami. Orlando has lost three straight overall, but they return home to a place where the Bucks have not won since December 29th of 2004. Michael Redd had 29 points in that game, a six-point victory for Milwaukee. Since then, the Bucks have averaged only 89 points in their 14 straight defeats at the Amway Center. Milwaukee is 2-and-4 overall. Orlando is 3-and-5.
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