Originally posted on Celtics Life  |  Last updated 12/1/12
Brandon Jennings buried a wide open three with 24 seconds left to give Milwaukee a 90-88 lead, and the Bucks held on for a 91-88 victory when Paul Pierce and Jason Terry both missed long three point attempts just before the final buzzer. Boston began the night with a 17-0 run, holding Milwaukee scoreless for the first five and a half minutes of the game.  The Celtics led 27-11 after the opening period, the fewest points the C's have allowed in a quarter all season.  Unfortunately they followed it up with their worst defensive frame of the year in the second, getting outscored 36-21, and leading by just a single point at halftime (48-47).  The Bucks took their first lead of the game (51-50) shortly after the start of the second half, and after 3 quarters it was tied at 69. Center Larry Sanders had a monster game in a reserve role for the Bucks, putting up 18 points, 16 rebounds, and 5 blocks.  Old friend Marquis Daniels started for Milwaukee and logged 8 points and 5 assists in 36 ...
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