Bucks end streak, take Pacers at Bradley Center
The Milwaukee Bucks topped Indiana 104-92 Thursday night at the Bradley Center.
Michael Redd scored 37 points, as the Bucks had 30 assists and just 10 turnovers and the Pacers scored about 12 points less than their team average -- the highest in the NBA's Eastern Conference.
Milwaukee broke the game open with a 12-0 run early in the fourth quarter.
Redd scored 10 points in the final period, and he hit 13-29 from the floor with five three-pointers.
Before the game, Redd met privately with Head Coach Larry Krystkowiak who told him to relax and not feel he has to carry the team on his shoulders by forcing shots.
The Bucks made 12-of-31 three-pointers. Both totals were season-highs.
Mike Dunleavy Junior scored 22 for Indiana, which has lost three of its last-four.
Former Marquette guard Travis Diener had 15 points and nine assists for the Pacers.
The Bucks ended a three-game losing streak and will play at Toronto tonight (Friday).