GAMEDAY: Milwaukee at Los Angeles Clippers - 01/31/11

Bucks at Clippers
Lead Changes: 18
Times Tied: 11

Box Score and Recap

Attendance: 17,218
Duration: 2 hours, 23 minutes

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Final Score

BOGUT BRIEFING - Bucks center Andrew Bogut recorded his 16th double-double of the season Saturday with 17 points and 18 rebounds. Bogut also tied his career-high with seven blocked shots in the win. The Bucks have gone 7-3 this year when Bogut scores 17 or more points, and 3-0 when he records either 17+ points and 15+ rebounds, or 17+ points and five or more blocks.

15/5/5=W (92.9 PERCENT OF THE TIME) - With Andrew Bogut's 17 pt/18 reb/7 block performance Saturday, the Bucks improved to 13-1 when a player records a 15/5/5 stat line. The Bucks are 3-1 when a player (Bogut on all four occasions) records 15+ points, 5+ rebounds and 5+ blocks and 11-0 when a player has 15+ points, 5+ rebounds and 5+ assists. Brandon Jennings leads the team with six 15/5/5 performances.

KILLER Ds - Milwaukee's "Killer Ds" of Carlos Delfino and Keyon Dooling have combined to produce 23.5 points (94), 6.3 rebounds (25), 10.6 assists (42) and 2.5 steals (10) over the last four games as the Bucks have gone 3-1 in that stretch. The duo has 4.3 triples per game over that stretch and have combined for a 43.6 percent success rate from 3-point land (17-39). The pair has combined for a 4.20:1 assist to turnover ratio over those last four. Delfino has scored in double digits in the past three, while Dooling has had five or more assists in the past four.

THE DEJECTION OF REJECTION - With seven blocks on Saturday night, Andrew Bogut extended his string of consecutive games with at least one rejection to 17, which ties JaVale McGee for the seventh longest streak of its kind this season. It's Bogut's second 10-plus game streak with a block this season (he had a 13 game stretch from November 9 - December 18). Bogut has now blocked 558 shots for his career and is closing in on Ervin Johnson (586) for third in franchise history. Bogut has had six games this year with five or more blocks, which also ties McGee for the most five-plus block performances this season. The Aussie big-man is also closing in on sixth place in franchise history in rebounds as he has 3,435 and Sidney Moncrief stands at 3,447. He now stands at 4,721 in career points and is looking to move past Quinn Buckner (4,738) for 18th place.

THREE-POINT PROFICIENCY - In the past four games, the Bucks have connected on 42.0 percent of their 3-point field goal attempts and have made 7.3 3- pointers per game. In the 41 games prior, Milwaukee was averaging 34.1 percent and 5.3 3FGs per game. Carlos Delfino has averaged 2.5 made 3-pointers in those four, while Dooling has made 1.8 and Maggette has hit 1.5 per game.

THREE IN A ROW - For the third time this season, the Bucks have won three-straight games. In the past three games, Corey Maggette leads the team in scoring, averaging 21.7 points on 51.2 percent from the field, to go along with 5.3 rebounds. Carlos Delfino had chipped in 17.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists over those three, and Andrew Bogut has added 16.3 points, 13.0 rebounds and 4.0 blocks. Keyon Dooling has dished out 6.3 assists per game to just 0.7 turnovers. As a team, the Bucks are outscoring their opponents 101.7 - 93.7 per game and are connecting on 47.0 percent (109-232) from the field while holding their foes to 43.1 percent (107-248) shooting.

  • Tonight's game is the first in a three-game Western Conference road trip for the Bucks. All three opponents are members of the Pacific Division. So far this season, the Bucks have gone 3-1 against their Pacific Division foes.

  • Chris Douglas-Roberts did not play in Saturday's game against New Jersey due to a death in his family.

  • The Bucks have won five of their last seven games. See the "Strong 7" box to the right for more details.

  • After missing 19 games (Dec. 20-Jan. 28) following surgery to repair a fracture of the fifth metatarsal of his left foot, Brandon Jennings returned Saturday night against New Jersey. In 11 minutes, Jennings had two points and one assist.

  • Carlos Delfino played his 350th career game Saturday and Corey Maggette played his 750th career game, which puts him 43rd in career games among active NBA players. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (199) needs one game played for 200 in his career.

  • Corey Maggette has made 4,300 free throws in his career, which puts him just four makes behind Shawn Kemp (4,304) for 49th place in NBA history. Maggette is eighth among active players in career free throws and is currently averaging 4.5 made free throws per game. Maggette was 6-6 from the line Saturday.

  • Maggette has started the past eight games for the Bucks and has produced double-digit scoring in seven of those contests. In those eight, Maggette leads the Bucks with 18.4 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists.

  • The Bucks used a new starting lineup Saturday in the absence of CDR. So far, the Bucks have used 14 different starting lineups this season with 12 different players starting. Last year they used 15 lineups with 11 different players.
*Projected Starters by

Player Injury
Drew Gooden Plantars Faciitis
John Salmons Right hip strain
Michael Redd Left ACL/MCL
Player Injury
Eric Gordon Sprined right wrist
Chris Kaman Bone bruise left ankle
Craig Smith Herniated disc