Misery loves company and the Milwaukee Bucks loved beating up on the sinking Philadelphia 76ers, winning 130-110 in Philadelphia Monday night. The Bucks hit season highs in points for a game, points in a half (73), shooting 57% from the floor and 60% from the three point line. O.J. Mayo led Milwaukee with 25 points off the bench, Ersan Ilyasova put up 20 and Ramon Sessions added 16. Thaddeus Young led the 76ers with 28 as Philadelphia dropped it's 11th straight game. It was win number 11 for the Bucks against 45 losses and they now trail the Sixers by four games for the worst record in the NBA. The Bucks will play at Indiana Thursday night.
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