The Bucks' final home game of the season was... fairly uninspiring. It probably wasn't wise to expect anything magical after having been eliminated from the playoffs already, but so it goes. Tobias Harris played the role of exciting young player, putting in 15 points and 13 rebounds in a game high 37 minutes of action. Larry Sanders (12 points 6-12 FG) managed to provide some competition for that role though, showing some of his improvement over his rookie year. Over in the Philadelphia side of things, Jodie Meeks came back to haunt the Bucks with 27 points, and Evan Turner complimented him by scoring 29. The Bucks will close out the season tonight against the Celtics in Boston. Where will they go after that? It's anybody's guess at the moment.
Notes: BTBP: On Ersan Ilyasova, The Milwaukee Bucks, And A Long-Term Contract / Bucksketball: The depressing possible final phrase from a head coach / Bucks.com: Fourth Quarters on 4th Street / FS: Ilyasova making a case for most improved / OnMilwaukee: Milwaukee Bucks rookies Leuer, Harris look ahead