The Milwaukee Bucks were determined to win at home against the Detroit Pistons. The Milwaukee players were coming after a terrible defeat, and they really wanted to make amends by winning in front of their home fans. Luckily for them, Brandon Jennings and Carlos Delfino were on par, and managed some good performances which helped their team grab the win. They were also helped by some terrible shooting from Richard Hamilton and the rest of the Detroit Pistons. Basketball scores.
“If you ask for something in public, of course you know the coach is going to challenge you to see what you’ve got,” Jennings stated. “I had to answer to it tonight. I knew that was coming. So, I had to go out there and contribute.”
The first quarter started great for Milwaukee. They quickly grabbed the lead and, even if the Pistons came back a few times, the Bucks were able to stay ahead. The score for the first quarter was 22-28, and it looked like the Bucks could make amends for the way they lost the game against the Chicago Bulls. Basketball odds.
“That’s just making plays down the stretch in the fourth quarter,” Jennings stated. “That was something I asked for. I knew Coach [Scott Skiles] was going to challenge me. He kind of kept the ball in my hands in the fourth quarter, so I had to contribute for him.”
The second quarter looked a lot like the first, but with one small difference. This time it was the Pistons’ turn to assume control of the game. They put up a good defense and managed to score just as much as the Bucks did in the first quarter, but they were still down 1 point. The score was 50-51, and everybody knew this was going to be a close one.
The Detroit Pistons were able to put their momentum to good use and were finally able to hold on to a 3 point lead in the third quarter. Both teams played some good defense, but Stuckey was up to the challenge and his performance allowed the Pistons to finally lead the game. Basketball spreads.
Unfortunately for them, that didn’t last very long. The Bucks had a superb defense play in the fourth quarter and the Pistons couldn’t add more than 15 points to their tally. The Bucks managed to score just enough to bag this and it finally ended 90-92.