CHA Bobcats vs MIL Bucks by Neuro

Bucks will try to accomplish their fifth consecutive away win tonight against weak Bobcats. Bucks ran a streak of six victories in which they scored an average of 113.3 points, with 50.4% accuracy in shots, but all these until yesterday where they lost against Celtics (100-91), having bad shooting percentages (40%) and scoring just 3 of 15 attempts from the three point line. Basic PF Drew Gooden coming from 19.8 points per game in eight previous games had only six points yesterday, and Bucks remained to ninth place in Eastern region. Monta Ellis played for the first time with his new team and scored 13 points with 6/18, making a modest appearance for his own standards, however, he said that he feels great there.

Bobcats may remain by far the worst team this season in the entire NBA, but against Bucks they have a great record as they won all six matches against them. The most recent of these was the current season, the second day of Christmas in Charlotte, where they prevailed with 96-95 despite the 22 points of Brandon Jennings. Bobcats after that victory in Christmas won only three times so far in Charlotte, and will try to rebound from their home defeat suffered by 105-80 to Philadelphia on Monday. Gerald Henderson scoring the most points for Bobcats, and they remain the only team of the league with fewer than 10 victories. Charlotte will continue without basic PF Boris Diaw who agreed to be released free.

Questionable for Bobcats is main PF Corey Maggette, while PF Eduardo Najera is injured with knee problem. Bucks without real problems Bucks, only missing long-term injured C Kwame Brown.

Bet: Bucks -7 points @1.90 with Bet365

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