DETROIT – The Bucks found themselves in a 28-13 hole before putting the pedal to the metal and earning a 117-90 win over the Pistons on Tuesday night in Detroit.
Brandon Jennings scored 20 of his 30 points in the 3rd quarter-including a personal 16-0 run in a 2 minute 19 second span. Milwaukee outscored the hosts, 104-62 from late in the first quarter until the finish.
The Bucks, now 8-3 under coach Jim Boylan, are a season-high 5 games over 500.
The Chicago Bulls pay a visit to the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Wednesday night.