Brandon Jennings led the Milwaukee Bucks with 33 points and 8 assists in their 105-96 victory past the Philadelphia 76ers Monday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
Jrue Holiday was simply amazing on the Sixers end with 25 points. But the real story was Jason Richardson coming back from an ankle injury to contribute 20 points and an insane 360 slam at the end of the first half. Dorell Wright poured in 14 points and Thaddeus Young 11 in the losing effort.
"It wasn't heavy legs. It was heavy minds." Sixers coach Doug Collins said on the loss and that feeling was felt throughout the entire game. Besides the Sixers only shooting 43.5 percent from the field and 75 percent from the free throw line, it just seemed like the boys in blue were never in sync.
Spencer Hawes (who started off the season so beautifully in the first game of the season) was completely out of wack and missed eight of eleven shots from the floor.
The Sixers get what could be a redemption game against the Pistons on Wednesday night and then face the Jazz at the end of the week.
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