The Milwaukee Bucks will be at home at BMO Harris Bradley Center when they play the Brooklyn Nets. The Bucks are still looking to find the winning formula, currently holding a 4-15 record. They have really struggled lately, resulting in a record of 2-8 over their last 10 games. On the other end, the Nets are nine games below .500 on the year and sport a record of 5-14. Their season hasn't gotten any easier, as they have lost eight of their last 10 games. This game is scheduled to start at 8:30 pm EST and it will be covered by WCBS and FSN-WIS.
The Bucks come into today's game after beating Washington, 109-105. John Henson was a key piece, recording his second double-double on the year with 19 points and 17 rebounds. Meanwhile, the Nets are feeling some disappointment after the blowout 113-83 loss at the hands of the Knicks. Brook Lopez had a game-high 24 points.
The physical Brooklyn offense seems poised to dominate from the foul line. They rank fourth in the NBA at getting to the stripe (FTA rate of 33.3), while Milwaukee is among the league's most foul-prone squads (giving up a 28th-ranked FTA rate of 33.1).