Milwaukee, Wis. (WHBL-Learfield) - Milwaukee Bucks’ coach Scott Skiles says he’s relatively pleased with his team’s defense as of late but he cannot say the same about the offense. The Bucks are holding their opponents to 95 points a game and 44-percent shooting. But Milwaukee has the N-B-A’s lowest shooting percentage at 40-and-a-half percent for its first five contests. The Bucks still have not won a road game after three tries. They’re at Indiana tonight, and they hope to avoid their first 1-and-5 overall start since 2000. The Bucks are coming off a three-point overtime loss at Boston on Wednesday night. They’ll face an Indiana team that’s 2-and-2, after getting crushed 101-to-75 at Philadelphia on Wednesday night.
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