MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Milwaukee's seemingly improved defense failed in a big way.
Tayshaun Prince scored 28 points and the Pistons - using mostly reserves - routed the Bucks 121-95 yesterday.
The Bucks led early, but the Pistons shot 80 percent from the field in the second quarter to begin pulling away.
It's the latest in a season-long series of defensive lapses that Milwaukee's front office hopes new coach Larry Krystkowiak eventually will be able to fix.
Ersan Ilyasova scored 21 to lead Milwaukee, shooting 5-for-7 from 3-point range.
Michael Redd says he's sick of all the losing.
In Redd's words, "It's horrible. But you've got to stay professional, and we'll re-evaluate some things in the summertime."