Jefferson helps Bucks snap 4-game losing streak
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MILWAUKEE (AP)Richard Jefferson's first shot clanked off the rim and lodged awkwardly behind the basket in the shot clock supports. After Thunder center Nenad Krstic got it down with the help of a ballboy's mop handle, Jefferson's night got a whole lot better. Jefferson finished 13-of-21 from the field to tie a season high with 35 points and the Milwaukee Bucks snapped a four-game losing streak with a 115-98 victory over Oklahoma City on Saturday night.
NotesRamon Sessions and rookies Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and Joe Alexander each had 10 points for Milwaukee. ... Shaun Livingston scored 14 points and rookie D.J. White had 11 for Oklahoma City. ... The Thunder sold out 18 games compared to just two for Milwaukee at the Bradley Center this year. ... Sefolosha (dislocated finger) is done for the season after hurting himself Friday night, interim coach Scott Brooks said. ... It was Sessions' birthday and there was a cake with his No. 7 waiting for him at his locker.
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