MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Bucks are clearly a frustrated group.
Charlie Villanueva's go-ahead 3-pointer with 9.7 seconds left gave Detroit a 105-100 victory Saturday, sending the Bucks to their third straight defeat and fifth loss in six games.
The ever-so-important three-game stretch of home games before the All-Star break began on a sour note, leaving the Bucks just one game over .500 and just three games ahead of Philadelphia for the Eastern Conferences final playoff spot.
"I don't think I'm reaching when I say I don't think we're on the same page right now," Bucks forward Mike Dunleavy said. "We're in a funk and we've had a tendency to do that all year. We've gone up and down in waves. Hopefully we can snap out of it but we aren't on the same page right now."
Other than the obvious frustrations of losing, Dunleavy isnt sure why the Bucks have gone from feeling good and playing loose after their recent head-coaching change to trying to figure things out before the losing str...