Milwaukee Bucks defeat Miami Heat, 97-81

Miami — Milwaukee Bucks guard Charlie Bell will be the first to tell you there are certain times that rookies should be seen and not heard in the National Basketball Association.

Take, for instance, the past couple days after Bucks rookie Brandon Jennings referred to Bell as a "D-Wade Stopper" when Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade had an off night in Milwaukee's victory over the Heat last Friday night at the Bradley Center.

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PLAYER OF THE GAME: It was another solid performance by center Andrew Bogut, who finished with 22 points and 11 rebounds. After Dwyane Wade scored the game's first 11 points, Bogut finally got the Bucks on the board with a short left-handed hook with 7 minutes 20 seconds left. He scored eight points in the first quarter and helped the Bucks overcome Wade's initial burst. "He's having a very good year," said coach Scott Skiles. "He's had a lot of performances where he ...