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Shorthanded Bucks come up short in Chicago, 102-90

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CHICAGO – The futility of this NBA season is becoming historic for the Bucks.  By losing at Chicago Friday night, 102-90, Milwaukee tied a franchise record for losses in a season with 62.  There are still six games remaining in the regular season, beginning with Saturday night at home against the Raptors.

Brandon Knight scored 22 points and Jeff Adrien added 21 for the Bucks, who used seven players until the final seconds because of widespread injuries.  Rookie D.J. Stephens did appear on the floor at the end, with his initial ten-day contract expiring after the game.

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