THE BOGUT BAROMETER - In Andrew Bogut's last 20 games played (dating back to last season), a Bucks foe has
topped 100 points in regulation just once (L.A. Lakers 118 on 11/16/10 - Boston scored 105 in overtime on
11/3/10). In those 20 games Bucks opponents are averaging 91.5 points (1,829) on 43.8 percent shooting (666-
1,520). The Bucks are also out-rebounding those opponents with an average of 44.2 rebounds to 41.0 (883-819).
This season the Bucks are 3-1 when Bogut scores 20+ points, 3-1 when he grabs 17 or more rebounds and 3-2
when he blocks five or more shots.
15/5/5=W - The formula for a Bucks win was foiled for the first time this season on Wednesday night as they're
now 10-1 when at least one player records at least 15 points, five rebounds and five assists or blocks. Andrew
Bogut finished with 15 points, seven rebounds and seven blocks, his third game of 10/5/5 on the season.
Brandon Jennings has six, John Salmons has two and Ersan Ilyasova has one.
BIG MAN'S BIG GAME - Andrew Bogut has recorded a double-double in five of the last six games and is averaging
team-highs in points (19.8), rebounds (14.2) and blocks (4.0) over that stretch. Bogut is also contributing 2.3
assists and 1.2 steals while knocking down 56.2 percent of his shots (50-89).
ELITE COMPANY - Brandon Jennings is currently part of an elite group of NBA players, averaging at least 18.0
points, 5.0 assists and 4.0 rebounds per game. He is one of five players, along with Utah's Deron Williams (23.0
ppg, 9.8 apg, 4.0 rpg), Miami's LeBron James (23.9 ppg, 7.1 apg, 6.2 rpg), Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook
(23.3 ppg, 8.6 apg, 5.2 rpg) and Chicago's Derrick Rose (23.9 ppg, 8.4 apg, 4.3 rpg) to put up those numbers.
NEARING NUMBERS - On Wednesday, Andrew Bogut recorded his 500th career block. He is (349) also one game from 350 for his career and 29 points
(4,471) away from 4,500. Carlos Delfino (249) is one steal away from 250 for his career and (346) needs four threes to reach 350. Drew Gooden (446) is
four steals away from 450, (598) two games away from 600 and (395) five blocks away from 400. Brandon Jennings (192) is eight 3-pointers away from
200. Keyon Dooling (348) is two 3-pointers from 350 and Ersan Ilyasova (1,449) is 51 points from 1,500.
DAUNTING DECEMBER - Entering December, 11 of the Bucks 13 opponents had a winning record. Earlier this month, the Bucks went 2-2 in a four-game
stretch against teams with a combined 48-27 record. Tonight's game is the second in a five-game span against teams (at Dallas, at San Antonio, vs Utah, at
Portland and at L.A. Lakers) that have a combined 90-37 record (.709).
- The Bucks have held their last six opponents under 100 points and have gone 4-2 in that span. Five of those
six foes were held under their season average going into the game. Orlando scored 85 and averaged 99.3,
Miami 88 and 100.7, Indiana 95 and 100.7, Houston 91 and 105.3, Dallas 99 and 98.7 and San Antonio 92
and 106.4. See the "Six Pack" stat box to the right for more information on the Bucks last six games.
- Milwaukee is sixth in the league by holding 18 of their opponents under 100 points. That's 75.0 percent of
their foes scoring less than 100 each night, better than their 57.3 percent last season.
- The Bucks are 1-1 in a stretch where they'll play five of six contests away from home. After playing Utah at the
Bradley Center, Milwaukee will travel to Portland, L.A. Lakers and Sacramento.
- Over the last six games, the Bucks bench has the 186-152 (31.0-25.3) advantage.
- Bucks rookie Larry Sanders ranks first in blocks (1.4 bpg), is tied for 12th in rebounds (3.2 rpg), 13th in minutes
(15.2 mpg) and tied for 18th in points (4.0 ppg) amongst rookies who have appeared in at least 15 games.
- The Bucks recorded their 1,800th win in franchise history on Monday night.