Bucks burned by slow start, finish versus Suns

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Bucks went through the motions for over half a game against the Phoenix Suns Tuesday night.  Suddenly, they awoke from their slumber and turned a 21 point third quarter deficit into a four point fourth quarter lead!

But trailing by two in crunch time, they couldn't even get a shot off!  The result was a 107-105 loss, their third in a row.

Former Bucks star Michael Redd came off the Suns bench to burn his old team by scoring 12 of his 14 points before intermission.

Following the game, Stephen Jackson, who scored 12 points after not playing against the Bulls, was asked if he wanted to be in Milwaukee.  Jackson told Milwaukee Magazine if he answered that question, he'd be fined.  Then Brandon Jennings sent a tweet about not being a role model and living his life the way he wants to live it.

Senator Herb Kohl deserves better for his long-time committment to the team and our town, both on and off the court.