Bucks skid reaches 10 with 100-92 OT defeat to Wizards
MILWAUKEE -- The Bucks played on their new floor for the first time this season, but they let a game slip away to Washington, 100-92 in overtime Wednesday night. Larry Drew's team has now dropped 10 in a row; the last time the Bucks lost that many was 17 years ago, when Mike Dunleavy's squad suffered a record 15 straight.
The all-too gracious hosts committed 25 turnovers leading to 29 Wizards points.
O.J. Mayo (21 points) did manage to send matters to the extra session when he hit a three pointer with 6.9 seconds left in regulation.
Point guard Brandon Knight appeared to reinjure his hamstring; he didn't play in overtime.