The Milwaukee Bucks welcomed the struggling Indiana Pacers to the BMO Harris Bradley Center Wednesday. Head Coach Frank Vogel has been under the gun for a late season swoon, even though the Pacers are still neck and neck with the Miami Heat for the top seed in the Eastern Conference. Knowing a showdown in Miami looms on Friday, Vogel decided to sit down his entire starting five against the NBA's worst team. It was a win, win decision. The starters got some rest and the reserves delivered a 104-102 victory. Luis Scola had 24 points, Evan Turner put up 23 and Chris Copeland scored 18, all season high totals for the backups. Copeland's layup through the middle of the Milwaukee defense with 1.2 seconds left provided the final margin. With Miami losing in Memphis, the Pacers now lead the East by percentage points. As for the Bucks, Brandon Knight scored 25 with 10 assists and Ramon Sessions added 20 but Milwaukee couldn't beat the Indy backups and slide to 50 games under .500 at 14-64 with four games left to play.
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