MILWAUKEE -- It was inevitable with the way the season has gone, but the Milwaukee Bucks made the wrong kind of history Saturday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
A 102-98 loss at the hands of the Toronto Raptors gave the Bucks their 63rd loss of the season, surpassing the previous franchise-record of 62 losses set by the 1993-94 team.
"That's not something you want to be associated with," Bucks forward John Henson said. "Hopefully we can look back on this and say this was the turning point in what we did in this organization. That's all you can hope for."
The encouraging part of Saturday night's loss was the performance of Henson. He put forth his best performance in months, scoring 23 points with nine rebounds, a career-high six assists and three blocked shots in 39 minutes.
"I got to play a little bit and got in a rhythm," Henson said. "I haven't played like that in, whew, a long time. It felt good. Unfortunately we couldn't win, but we played well under the circumstances."...