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Bucks Roll Past Nets

The loss of Nenad Krstic was not supposed to hurt the Nets' defense, but they could not slow down the Bucks Saturday night in Milwaukee, yielding 115 points while allowing the home team to shoot 55% from the field. The Bucks started out hot and steadily built a lead that reached 16 midway through the second quarter. It ballooned to 25 late in the third, and while the Nets made a run in the fourth, they never got within striking distance. Mo Williams, Michael Redd and Charlie Bell combined for 73 points, while Eddie House was a bright spot for the Nets in his first start with 22 points.