As far as style goes, the Bucks won't get many bonus points for their 113-112 overtime victory Friday night at Cleveland.
At this point, though, they'll take it.
Cleveland shot 49 percent from the field and was 8-of-17 from three and scored 16 points off 14 Milwaukee turnovers but the Bucks, who trailed 17-2 early in the contest, made enough big plays down the stretch and held off a late Cleveland rally to win their second consecutive road game.
"This was not our best effort, we were fortunate to win," said forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute. "But a 'W' is a 'W' so we'll take it."
Brandon Jennings looked much more like his normal self, scoring 24 points on 8-of-23 shooting with five rebounds, eight assists and two steals. In all, six Bucks scored in double digits.
The Bucks played much of the the final quarter and overtime without head coach Scott Skiles, who was ejected with 2:46 remaining for arguing a call with officials. The Cavilers made three of four free throws on the play...