UH-OH, MAGGETTE-O'S - Corey Maggette has scored in double figures in five of the last six games and six of the
last eight with five 20+ point performances in that eight-game stretch. Over the last six, Maggette is averaging a
team-best 18.5 points per game on 50.0 percent (38-76) from the field, 4.3 rebounds and 91.7 percent (33-36)
from the free throw line. On the season, the 12-year veteran is averaging 11.9 points on 42.8 percent shooting, 3.7
rebounds and .832 from the foul line.
THE DIRT ON DOOLING - Keyon Dooling set a career-high with 11 assists in Cleveland. With 133 assists on the
year, he needs just three more to surpass his assist total (135) from the 2009-10 season. Of his 11-year career,
only in 2008-09 did Dooling average more assists (3.5) than the 3.3 he is currently averaging. With his 11 assists
and 12 points Friday, Dooling also notched his first double-double of the season. The performance marks Dooling's
fourth double-double of his career (all four have been points-assists double-doubles), with the last time occurring
on April 11, 2009 when, as a Net, he scored 12 points and dished out 10 assists.
MAGGETTE AT THE LINE - Corey Maggette leads the Bucks in made free throws this season with 159. His 4.5 made free throws per game puts him at 24th
in the NBA. Of those players averaging 4.5 FTs per game, Maggette averages the fewest minutes with 20.9. All others average over 30 minutes per game.
With his eight made free throws Friday, Maggette passed Alex English for 51st place in all-time free throws made in the NBA with 4,279 and needs 14 to top
Jack Sikma (4,292) for 50th place.
THE DISH - In the 15 games without Brandon Jennings this season, Keyon Dooling (5.5) and Earl Boykins (3.8) are combining to average 9.3 assists per
game. In the first 25 games of the season, the two combined to average 3.7 assists. With Jennings, the Bucks were averaging 18.0 assists and 13.8
turnovers; without him, 18.0 and 13.6. In the past 15 games, Dooling has a 3.57:1 (82:23) assist to turnover ratio.
- Carlos Delfino returned to action Friday night after missing the past 32 games with concussion-like symptoms.
Delfino had nine points and five rebounds in 22.7 minutes.
- The Bucks had their second consecutive 100+ point outing Friday and are now 7-2 when scoring 100+ points.
The Bucks had two-straight 100+ point games one other time this season, a 107-80 win over New York on
Nov. 9 followed by a 108-91 win over Atlanta on Nov. 10.
- Over the past four games, Keyon Dooling has averaged 14.8 points and 5.5 assists to just 1.5 turnovers.
Dooling has connected on at least one 3-pointer in his last seven games and 13 of his last 14. Against the
Cavs, Dooling shot 50.0 percent (2-4) from 3-point range.
- The Bucks held the Cavaliers to 38.2 percent from the field last night. The Cavs 26 made field goals were a
Bucks opponent-low for this season.
- Voting for the 2011 NBA All-Star game ends tomorrow, January 23. After the last ballot return, Bucks center
Andrew Bogut stood in fourth place among Eastern Conference centers and guard Brandon Jennings was sixth
among Eastern Conference guards.
- Over the past two games, the Bucks have shot 49.3 percent (74-150) from the field while holding their
opponents to 41.5 percent (61-147).
- Andrew Bogut recorded 24 points on 11-14 (.786) from the field in the Bucks win over the Cavaliers Friday
night. This was Bogut's fifth performance shooting 65.0 percent or higher this season. In those contests, the
Bucks have gone 5-0.
- Drew Gooden needs one more block (399) to reach 400.