MILWAUKEE -- Shortly after the game ended, J.J. Redick sent a quick text message to his dad to tell him he thinks his new team is going to win a lot of games down the stretch.
Saturday night just wasn't going to be one of them.
The new-look Bucks played well for the majority of the game just as they did against Brooklyn on Tuesday and Wednesday night. Yet again, Milwaukee turned a game it had full control of into a one possession game and it burned the Bucks for the third straight time.
Up seven with 3:30 to go, Milwaukee scored just two points the rest of the way and fell, 103-102, to Atlanta when Monta Ellis' runner at the buzzer hit the back of the rim.
The Bucks have lost their last three games by a combined six points and have dropped nine of 11 to fall a season-low two games under .500 at 26-28.
"Personally I don't think we should have been in the position to be in a one-possession game," Redick said. "We kind of separated ourselves toward the end of the third and early ...