The Milwaukee Bucks will try to bring their five-game home losing streak to a halt when they meet the Philadelphia 76ers, who are on a 11-game road losing streak. The Bucks currently hold a 5-21 record and have not played very well this season. While the Bucks have struggled all year, they have been even worse lately, losing eight of their last 10 games. Entering the game with an 8-19 record, the 76ers are 11 games below .500 on the year. Contributing to their sub-.500 record has been their play over the last 10 games. They've come up on the losing end during eight of those games. This game will begin at 8:30 pm EST and TCN-PHI and FSN-WIS will be providing coverage of the contest.
The Bucks are expecting better results after their heart-breaking 114-111 loss to the Cavaliers. Despite the loss, John Henson earned his sixth double-double of the year. He recorded 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Bucks. Meanwhile, the 76ers are coming off a tight win against the Nets, 121-120. Thaddeus Young had a solid game for Philadelphia, posting 25 points along with 6 rebounds and 4 assists. This is the second game of the season between these two teams, with the 76ers winning the first matchup, 115-107. Despite the loss, Caron Butler was the leading scorer in the game with 38 points.