The Milwaukee Bucks got a season high 34 points from Brandon Jennings in beating the Indiana Pacers 98-93 at the BMOHarris Bradley Center Tuesday night. The game was close throughout between teams tied for second in the Central Division. Jennings hit a three point shot to give the Bucks a five point lead late and they held on. Monta Ellis added 19 and Mike Dunleavy, playing for the first time since he suffered a bruised knee missing seven games, scored 17 off the bench. Milwaukee (13-10) has won five of their last six and remained a half game behind the Chicago Bulls. The Bucks play their next two on the road beginning in Memphis against the 16-6 Grizzlies Wednesday night.
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