Milwaukee Bucks defeat New Jersey Nets, 99-85

It's a bit scary to play the New Jersey Nets right now, and the Milwaukee Bucks know the feeling.

Nobody wants to be the team that ends the winless Nets' losing skid, which was extended to 12 games by the Bucks on Wednesday night.

The Nets had just eight available players but served up a first-half scare before falling to the Bucks, 99-85, at the Bradley Center.

"We knew coming in they were going to play us hard," said Bucks center Andrew Bogut. "We saw a couple q...

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Small forward Carlos Delfino has not been feeling well for several weeks, but he said before Wednesday's game that he was feeling much better. It showed in his play as the Bucks forward scored 21 points and added six assists and four rebounds in 39 minutes. He hit a pair of three-pointers early in the fourth quarter as the Bucks started to pull away from the Nets.

PLAY OF THE GAME: You have to watch Brandon Jennings all the time he is on the court,...