MILWAUKEE -- To sum up Wednesday's win over Brooklyn, Bucks coach Scott Skiles stole an oft-used line from NBA analyst and former coach Jeff Van Gundy. "It's a make or miss league."
The one-liner is tossed around the NBA quite a bit, but it was probably the best summation of Milwaukee's 108-93 win, its 13th straight victory over the Nets. The Bucks shot 47.6 percent from the field, shot a season-high 58.8 percent from three and a season-high 94.7 percent from the line.
"We made shots tonight," Skiles said. " We got the same shots. Tonight they went it. It's good for us, we needed a night where we just come down and make pro shots.
"Some nights it's as simple as that. We made our shots, we made our threes and we made our free throws."
Milwaukee has had nights where it has made its two-point field goals and free throws, but the Bucks have struggled shooting the three-ball all season.
Entering play Wednesday, Milwaukee was 28th in the league in 3-point percentage, making them at...