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Exhausted Bucks Beaten at Orlando

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- A day after battling the Chicago Bulls into overtime, only to lose the game, the Milwaukee Bucks never got going in last night's game at Orlando.

The cold-shooting Bucks managed just ten points in the first quarter and lost 99-81 to the Magic, who were led by Hedo Turkoglu with 25 points and Trevor Ariza with 20.

Michael Redd led Milwaukee with 15 points but shot just 3-of-16 from the field.

Ruben Patterson scored 14 points, while Charlie Villaneuva and Lynn Greer had 11 each.

The Bucks' Andrew Bogut had three consecutive double-doubles coming into the game but got no points and only three rebounds.

The Bucks return home to play the Los Angeles Lakers tomorrow night.


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