Jennings's 36 points pushes Bucks to first road winWisconsin Sports
-- Brandon Jennings poured in a season-high 36 points as the Milwaukee Bucks won their first road game of the season, 100-86.
NEW YORK - Brandon Jennings poured in a season-high 36 points as the Milwaukee Bucks won their first road game of the season, 100-86.
The Knicks had a hard time finding the range in a poor shooting effort, earning boos from the home town fans in Madison Square Garden. The victory stopped a three-game Bucks losing streak. Shaun Livingston also scored a season-high point total of 18. He got his first start of the season in place of Stephen Jackson, who was held out. Jackson didn’t play because he missed the morning shoot around and he will likely be fined.
Starters Mike Dunleavy and Luc Mbah a Moute returned from injuries, but with Jennings pouring in six three-pointers, their offense wasn’t really needed. Carmelo Martinez scored 35 for the losers before he was ejected on his second technical foul with a minute and a half remaining.