Bucks lose to lowly Lakers 113-95

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LOS ANGELES — Kobe Bryant scored 22 points and the Bucks suffered a 113-95 loss to the Lakers on Tuesday night.  The game was the first for Milwaukee since ending Golden State’s 24-0 start to the season on Saturday night.      Playing without Greg Monroe, who was a late scratch because of a sore left knee, the Bucks lost their 10th straight road game.

Michael Carter-Williams scored 19 points to lead Jason Kidd’s team.   The Lakers improved to 4-21 in Bryant’s farewell season.

The Bucks, who fell back to six games below 500 (10-16) visit the Clippers in L.A. Wednesday night .

Kidd said that guard Greivis Vasquez will be sidelined 3 to 4 months following ankle surgery on Tuesday.  Guard Jerry Bayless isn’t on the trip due to a sprained ankle.

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