Bucks Look Toward Improved Second Half

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- It's been a long, disappointing start to the season for the Milwaukee Bucks.

But general manager Larry Harris says the good news is that the Bucks are still in a playoff race despite a 19-34 start.

He also points to the fact that Milwaukee has more home than road games down the stretch and is only four games out of the final playoff spot.

The Bucks get their first chance to prove that the All-Star break served as a good chance to reflect and refocus when they play division leading Detroit at home Wednesday.

Milwaukee also plays the Pistons again in Detroit on Friday.

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