Bucks lose fourth straight; fall to Pacers 95-80

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One week ago, the Bucks beat the Heat – a team many consider to be the best in the East – but It’s been downhill from there.

Milwaukee has played four games since that Saturday night success story and have lost them all including the most recent game against the Pacers, 95-80.

Roy Hibbert led the home team with 20 points, 15 rebounds and five blocked shots.

It was only a five point game at the half and the Bucks made a bit of a run scoring the first six points of the third. Indiana responded, outscoring the Bucks 25-17 in that quarter.

Monta Ellis led the visitors with 21 points. Brandon Jennings and Larry Sanders each scored 12 points while John Henson added  13 boards.

The Bucks were outrebounded 59-39 by the Pacers. They have two days off to bounce back before hosting the Suns on Tuesday.