MILWAUKEE — The Bucks continued to slip and slide in a 102-90 defeat to the Washington Wizards on Monday night; the defeat was their fourth in a row and sixth in the last seven games.
“Our defense was terrible”; those words by coach Jim Boylan summed up the latest setback, to a team that came to town with a league-worst 3-21 road record.
Rookie Bradley Beal came off the bench to score a career-high 28 points.
Monta Ellis bounced back with 24 points, eight assists, seven rebounds and six steals for the 25-25 Bucks.
Larry Sanders missed his 3rd straight game with a back injury.