Thursday , Nov , 18 , 2004 C.Y. Ellis

Milwaukee Bucks Team Report – November 18

=== Milwaukee Bucks Team Report – November 18 ===

(Sports Network) – The Milwaukee Bucks lost their second game in a row on
Wednesday, as they were defeated by the Miami Heat, 113-106 at the Bradley
Center.

The Bucks also fell to the Heat, 112-110, in double-overtime at
AmericanAirlines Arena on Sunday.

All-Star Michael Redd had 33 points for the Bucks, whose late rally came up
short. Keith Van Horn added 23 points and six rebounds, as Milwaukee dropped
its second straight to fall to .500 through six games this season.

Prior to the game, the Bucks placed Toni Kukoc on the injured list with a
right hip strain. The club activated Mike James off the IL and he finished his
first contest with Milwaukee with 11 points and four assists off the bench.
James, who played for Boston and Detroit last season, was signed as a free
agent in the offseason.

Redd has scored over 20 points in five straight games. He is averaging 26.2
points per contest this season.

Milwaukee is off until Friday when it starts a four-game road trip against the
Portland Trail Blazers. The Bucks will also play the Sacramento Kings, Los
Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns on the swing.

MIL