Monday , Nov , 22 , 2004 C.Y. Ellis

Milwaukee Bucks Team Report – November 22

=== Milwaukee Bucks Team Report – November 22 ===

(Sports Network) – The Milwaukee Bucks fell again on Sunday, as they were
upended by the Sacramento Kings, 88-79, at ARCO Arena.

Michael Redd led the Bucks with 16 points but made just 6-of-22 field-goal
attempts as Milwaukee suffered its fourth defeat in a row. Keith Van Horn
added 15 points in the loss before fouling out with just under four minutes to
play.

The Bucks went ahead 65-58 on Van Horn’s outside jumper with 7:39
remaining before Sacramento started to catch fire. After a three-pointer from
Stojakovic cut the deficit to 65-63, Darius Songaila tied the game with a
bucket at the 6:03 mark. Stojakovic then delivered another long-range bucket
to put the Kings in front to stay with 4:39 left.

Milwaukee got back within one when Joe Smith made a pair of free throws, but
Miller registered six consecutive points, including an inside hook and
subsequent foul shot, for a 74-67 advantage with 2:55 on the clock.

The Bucks, who shot just 35.6 percent from the floor, missed 10 consecutive
attempts after Van Horn’s basket.

Winless in four games on the road, the Bucks are one of five teams without a
win on the road this season.

Milwaukee returns to action on Tuesday against the Los Angeles Lakers.

MIL