The Milwaukee Bucks are off to their best start in seven years, and they got things going with a rare victory over the Boston Celtics last week.
The Bucks will try to keep rolling by winning back-to-back meetings with the Celtics for the first time in 5 1/2 years Saturday night.
Milwaukee (3-1) hasn't started this well since winning four of its first five in 2005-06.
Brandon Jennings helped get this season off to an impressive start Nov. 2, scoring 21 points with 13 assists in a 99-88 win at Boston (2-3). The Bucks had lost six straight and 14 of the previous 17 matchups.
Milwaukee last won back-to-back meetings with Boston from April 4-13, 2007.
Jennings is averaging 18.5 points while hitting 8 of 19 3-pointers in four games against the Celtics at the Bradley Center. Fellow guard Monta Ellis had 14 points against Boston last week and is averaging 23.1 over his last eight meetings.
Ellis spurred Friday's 101-91 win at winless Washington by scoring 22 points and adding ...