Bucks Get Back on Track, Beat Wizards 119-102

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Michael Redd scored 28 points and Ruben Patterson added 21 as the Milwaukee Bucks beat Washington 119-to-102 tonight.

The Wizards' loss snaps their five-game winning streak -- and drops them into a first-place tie with Orlando in the Southeast Division.

Milwaukee pulled away with a 22-to-five run to open the fourth quarter. They made 13 of their first 17 shots in the fourth.

The win is the Bucks' seventh in eight games.

Gilbert Arenas came in averaging nearly 31 points a game. But he was held to 19 points on seven-of-21 shooting.

Caron Butler led the Wizards with 29 points.

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