Bucks silence Thunder 95-89

OKLAHOMA CITY -- John Henson scored a career-high 28 points and gathered 16 rebounds as the Milwaukee Bucks snapped a 5 game losing skid with a 95-89 win over Oklahoma City in the regular season finale.

Henson took up the slack left by injured Larry Sanders and Irsan Ilyasova, both of whom are expected to be ready for the start of Milwaukee's first round playoff series against the Heat.

The Western Conference-leading Thunder sat out superstar Kevin Durant, but the Bucks had to rally from a 13 point deficit; they turned the tide with a 27-6 run in the 2nd half.

Brandon Jennings gave coach Jim Boylan a scare when he twisted his ankle and left the game in the first quarter.

Jennings came back in the 2nd quarter and finished with 17 points.