MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- The Bucks were looking for their third straight win under Jim Boylan on Friday night but could not get it done, falling to the Pistons 103-87.
Brandon Jennings and Beno Udrich each had 15 in the inconsistent performance.
Milwaukee went nearly four minutes in the first without a field goal but still only trailed by 5 headed in to the second. They then went on a 14-0 run to take an 8 point lead at the half but another flat third did the home team in. They trailed by 14 to start the fourth.
The Pistons snap a three game losing streak in Milwaukee.
Larry Sanders had 3 blocks and has now blocked at least one shot in the last 22 games. Milwaukee tallied 12 in the loss and continues to lead the league in that category.