MILWAUKEE In two previous meetings this season, the Milwaukee Bucks have had their way with the Miami Heat, an unlikely circumstance considering the Heat's superstar-laden lineup and Milwaukee's collection of journeymen surrounding point guard Brandon Jennings.
Still, though, the Bucks have had Miami's number this season.
In the first meeting, the Bucks took advantage of the fact that Dwyane Wade was out of the lineup and rolled to a 91-82 victory in Miami. Less than a month later, the teams met again, this time at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Miami jumped out to an 18-point lead in the first quarter and looked well on its way to a laughable road victory.
But the Bucks came roaring back in the second half, and Brandon Jennings' three three-pointers in the fourth quarter were the final nail in the coffin of a stunning 105-97 Milwaukee victory that brought the Bucks within a game of .500.
Heading into the season finale between the two teams, Miami head coach Erik Spoelstra st...