Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Ha. Better Late Than Never I Guess.

I don't really know how to approach the recaps of these final few Bucks games. I mean, they are four games back of the 8th seed with seven games to go, so I guess there is still a chance, but very few of us have a good feeling about that happening.

Yet, after a five-game losing streak in which it seemed the Bucks were dead, these guys showed some signs of life on the side of the road after all. The Bucks rolled into New Jersey and knocked off the Nets 107-78, keeping their very slim playoff hopes alive. Whether they make the playoffs or not, I'd still like to see them end things on a high note.

Richard Jefferson had 29 points and 10 boards, while Charlie Villanueva added 20 points of his own. RJ gets the honors, here's the rest of the numbers.


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