The Milwaukee Bucks have been playing much better on the road lately.
The Washington Wizards have definitely been a much more dangerous team in the nation's capital.
Milwaukee goes for its fifth road win in six tries on Wednesday night while the Wizards look for a 13th victory in their last 17 home games.
Back from a 2-1 Western road trip, the Bucks (32-30) lost for just the second time in eight games on Tuesday, 115-108 to Dallas.
Milwaukee still owns a commanding eight-game lead over Toronto for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference, but it missed a chance to make up ground on the two teams it's chasing - Boston and Atlanta, which both lost on Tuesday.
"Every time you lose a game now being in the position we are in, it has significance," coach Jim Boylan said. "We are trying to climb up and because we are trying to secure our spot, it definitely stings a little bit."
Milwaukee opens a stretch of eight of 11 at home on Friday against league-best Miami, but first it'll look for ...