Henson hurt as Bucks clinch losing season
MILWAUKEE - The Bucks missed a chance to get to ten wins for the third straight time, and John Henson sprained his ankle in the fourth quarter, as Milwaukee lost 102-86 to the Boston Celtics Monday night at the BMO Harris Bradley.
Brandon Knight led the Bucks with 22 points. Gary Neal scored 17 off the bench, and Henson added 16 before hurting his ankle late in the fourth quarter and limping off the court.
Earlier in the day, the Bucks learned that Larry Sanders will be out indefinitely with a fractured orbital bone in his eye. Ersan Ilyasova also missed Monday night's game with back spasms.
With the loss, the Bucks (9-42) have clinched a losing season with 31 games left.