Turn down the Heat, Bucks lose again

MIAMI-  Possessors of the worst record in the NBA, the Bucks fell behind early on Wednesday night at Miami and wound up losing to the World Champion Heat, 96 to 77 in a game featuring reserves for much of the fourth quarter.  This was the eleventh game this season in which the Bucks never even had a lead.

Ramon Sessions was the high point man for Milwaukee with 19.  Jeff Adrien, also acquired in a midseason trade with Charlotte added 14.

The Bucks are now just one loss away from tying a franchise record for futility with seven games left in the regular season.  Milwaukee's slate stands at 14 and 61.