Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis won the battle of high profile backcourts, handily outplaying Joe Johnson and Deron Williams as the Bucks overcame a slow start to claim a much-needed win over the Brook Lopez-less Nets.
Ersan Ilyasova and Marquis Daniels provided the offensive spark and the Bucks dominated the offensive glass in cruising to a much-needed home laugher over the Bobcats.
A night after recording his first career triple-double, Larry Sanders spearheaded the Bucks' comeback from an early 17-0 deficit to topple the Rajon Rondo-less Boston Celtics.
The Bucks had their chances, but the Bulls once again manhandled the Bucks inside in slugging out a their ninth straight win over Milwaukee.
Superstar nights from LeBron James and Chris Bosh helped the Heat overcome the plucky Bucks in overtime, but Bucks fans can feel encouraged by a breakthrough game from John Henson and a solid night from Tobias Harris.
Monta Ellis and the Bucks appeared headed to a fourth straight win midway through the fourth quarter in Charlotte, but Ramon Sessions and the improving Bobcats took control down the stretch to deal the Bucks their first road loss.
Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings each scored 22 points and dropped nine assists to help the Bucks squeeze past the New Orleans Hornets and star rookie Anthony Davis' career-high 28 points and 11 rebounds.
The Bucks started hot and the Pacers didn't look ready to play on Wednesday night, propelling the Bucks to a fifth win in seven games.
Brandon Jennings' 33 points and eight assists inspired the Bucks to their third road win in as many tries.
Another strong effort from the bench and Monta Ellis' best game of the young season helped the Bucks get back on track in Washington.