Rapid Recaps

Recap | Sixers shock Bucks late

A monster fourth quarter from Caron Butler had the Bucks looking all but assured to snap their six-game losing streak. And then things got weird in a Spencer Hawes-going-Reggie-Miller-on-the-Knicks kind of way.

Recap | Blazers streak past Bucks

Portland may not have looked the part of the league's hottest team, but even on an off night they had enough in reserve to win their eight straight while dealing the Bucks a sixth straight loss.

Recap | Thunder top Bucks behind Westbrook, Durant

On a night where neither team could shoot straight, Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant were simply too much for the Milwaukee Bucks to contend with.

Recap: Pacers pummel Bucks, win 104-77

The depleted Bucks tried their best to hang with Indiana, but couldn't do much of anything late and found themselves on the wrong end of a blowout Friday night.

Recap | Afflalo leads Magic to victory over Bucks

Arron Afflalo hit 8 three-pointers en route to 36 points to lead the Orlando Magic past the Milwaukee Bucks, 94-91. The injury-plagued Bucks suited up only 8 players and lost Caron Butler to an apparent shoulder injury.

Recap | LeBron James, Heat blast Bucks

LeBron James scored 33 points to lead the Miami Heat to a blowout victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, 118-95. The Heat shot 58% and held Milwaukee under 42%.

Recap | Monta, Mavs hold off Mayo, Bucks

O.J. Mayo (28 points) and Monta Ellis (18 points, 5 assists) did most of the heavy lifting against their former teams, but it was Ellis who came away with a win in his first trip to Milwaukee since signing with Dallas over the summer.

Recap | Mayo, Neal shoot Bucks to first home win

The Bucks pulled out a close win at home thanks to hot shooting and stingy late-game defense.

Recap: Wasted chances, rebounding spell defeat

The Bucks' young reserves once again mounted a spirited comeback, but this time mere enthusiasm wasn't enough.

Recap | Comeback kids shock Celtics

After watching the Bucks' starters get run off the court to start both halves, Larry Drew's young reserves led a 22-point second-half comeback to catapult the Bucks past the Celtics in Boston's home opener.

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