Bucks lose Sanders, Henson and game to Celtics

MILWAUKEE -- The Bucks had two wins over Boston already this season, and hoped to use the Celtics game as a springboard to their 10th victory; instead, they lost to the visitors, 102-86 Monday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Jeff Green scored 11 of his 29 points in the 4th quarter, when the Bucks were outscored 32-18.
John Henson (16 points) had to leave the game with a sprained right ankle; Milwaukee started the night with just 9 players dressed. Brandon Knight led the host with 22 points. Before the game, it was announced that Larry Sanders suffered a fractured (orbital) bone near his eye during Saturday night's loss to Houston. He'll be out indefinitely.