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Bucks get 20 points from MCW but drop decision to Clippers

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Michael Carter-Williams posted 20 points and added 11 assists, and Greg Monroe contributed his own triple-double, but the Bucks fell 109-95 to the Los Angeles Clippers Wednesday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

Los Angeles got 31 points from J.J. Redick, a former Buck, and 18 points and 18 assists from Chris Paul to notch their third straight win. The Bucks held a one point lead at halftime, but managed just 47 points in the second half.

O.J. Mayo played 36 minutes and scored 14 points, one of five Milwaukee players in double figures in the night. The Bucks struggled from beyond the three-point line, hitting just two triples in ten attempts on the night.

The Bucks face the Raptors in Toronto Friday, then host the Golden State Warriors Saturday night. The Warriors are still undefeated as of Wednesday night's NBA action, setting a record for longest win streak to start a season.

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