Auburn Hills, MI (Sports Network) - Brandon Jennings tallied 20 of his 30
points in the third quarter as the Milwaukee Bucks downed the Detroit Pistons,
117-90, on Tuesday.
The Pistons had a 28-19 advantage after a quarter of play, but the Bucks
outscored Detroit 72-40 over the next two periods to turn the game into a
Mike Dunleavy added 17 points off the bench for Milwaukee, which has won five
of its last six games.
Andre Drummond tallied 18 points and a career-high 18 rebounds for the
Pistons, who have dropped three of their last four contests.
Already holding a 69-56 lead midway through the third, Jennings knocked down
four 3-pointers during a personal 16-0 run as the Bucks opened up an 85-56
advantage before heading into the fourth with a 91-68 edge.
The margin reached its apex at 30 in the fourth.
Earlier, Detroit held a 38-31 lead following Will Bynum's layup at the 6:55
mark of the second, but Milwaukee closed the half on a 21-4 surge to give it a
52-42 cushion heading into the break.
Detroit turned the ball over 21 times, which led to 29 Milwaukee points ...
Samuel Dalembert recorded 12 points and 10 boards for the Bucks ... Milwaukee
was 11-of-23 from beyond the arc.
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