"We're not going to able to score 92 probably and win the game. We've got to get up around 100 and hope we can limit their shooting percentage a little bit, make them take multiple shots, hopefully get the rebound and get our pace going."
Wednesday's 108-point outburst was MIlwaukee's first 100-point effort in nine games, as the Bucks have slipped to just 27th in the league in scoring efficiency and seen their pace fall off as well (down to 7th in the league from first for much of November).
Tobias Returns to practice. Andrew Gruman reports that Tobias Harris practiced on Friday for the first time since suffering an elbow laceration on December 12 against the Kings, and will be probable for tonight's game. That's good news and Harris actually put in a very respectable effort against LeBron in the first game against Miami, but don't hold your breath expecting Tobias to play much of a part in tonight's contest.