Unlike their previous encounter with the 76ers on Martin Luther King day, the Bucks came out on the winning end this time around. Things started out pleasently in the first quarter as Brandon Jennings came out swinging with 19 points. However, his fast start fizzled in the second, as he went scoreless in the quarter and the Sixers went up four at halftime. But the Bucks would not go away quietly, with Jennings having a 14 point renaissance in the second half. With the aid of Drew Gooden (25 points on 9/17 shooting) the Bucks squeaked by despite 26 points from Lou Williams, who missed with less than a minute left to secure things for Milwaukee.