MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Milwaukee Bucks rallied from a 22-point deficit late in the third quarter to take the lead, but it wasn't enough last night.
The Los Angeles Clippers got the go-ahead basket from Jason Hart and beat the Bucks 104-103 at Milwaukee's Bradley Center.
The Bucks used a 12-point run to get back in the game and took a 101-100 lead on a 3-pointer by Charlie Bell.
Two free throws by Brian Skinner put the Bucks up by three points with 58 seconds left.
The Clippers cut it to one and then Hart got his game-winner.
Michael Redd had 27 points to lead the Bucks.
It was his fifth consecutive game with at least 25 points.