MILWAUKEE -- So much for momentum.
As has happened so often this season, the Milwaukee Bucks couldn't push forward when on the cusp of building momentum.
Detroit outscored Milwaukee 33-11 in the third quarter and 62-38 in the second half to overcome an eight-point halftime deficit and cruise to a 103-87 victory at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
"It was an unfortunate night for us," Bucks forward Drew Gooden said. "To lose a home game like this after going to beat Chicago on the road, it's a tough pill to swallow."
Playingits third game in four nights, Milwaukee just didn't seem to have the energy to match the Pistons, who haven't played since Sunday.
"It seemed like our legs got a little heavy in the third quarter," Bucks coach Jim Boylan said. "Pretty evident by the fact we missed a lot of open, good looks that we had.
"When you are struggling offensively, it can bleed into other areas of your game. It looked like that's what happened tonight."
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