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VIDEO: Pachulia: We played hard, but we didn't play smart

After trailing by as many as 16 in the first half, Milwaukee roared back in the third against the Atlanta Hawks, but the Bucks still managed to fall short and have their four-game winning streak (seven straight at home) come to an end.

The Hawks responded to the Bucks' energetic quarter by scoring 31 points in the fourth, which was all started by two early triples from sharp-shooter Kyle Korver. Korver finished the game with 12 points, but made three big triples in the fourth after going just 4-for-17 from behind the arc in his first 11 quarters against Milwaukee this season.

Early turnovers also ended up being costly for Jason Kidd's team, who committed 16 in the first half and a total of 26 for the game. The 16 turnovers Atlanta forced were the most they've recorded in any half this season.

The Bucks will look to turn things around fast as they travel down to Chicago for a showdown against the Bulls tomorrow evening.