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The Milwaukee Bucks (14-11) host the Cleveland Cavaliers (5-23) on Saturday night in a contest that will not be aired on local television. If you want to catch the 7:30 p.m. CT game, fire up NBA League Pass or tune in to AM 620 on the radio.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are one of only two NBA teams without a win against a division opponents, and the Bucks have contributed to their suffering in 2012, but it's up to Milwaukee to keep that streak alive on Saturday. Cleveland (0-8 vs. Central Division) is the only team in the Eastern Conference that has yet to win a divisional game, and the New Orleans Hornets (0-4 vs. Southwest Division) are the only other squad without a win against a divisional opponent.
The contest will not be televised on FSN-Wisconsin, so be sure to either fire up NBA League Pass or familiarize yourself with the Bucks radio network affiliates and listen in to the action with Ted Davis. As always, you are more than welcome to post your observations and discuss the action in the comments section below.
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