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Game Action - Milwaukee vs Cleveland - 11/06/13
November 6, 2013
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John Henson battles with Tristan Thompson. Henson got the better of the matchup finishing with 14 points on 7 of 9 shooting and 9 rebounds.
Gary Neal found creative ways to score despite being double teamed throughout the night. Neal had 23 points off the bench.
The Milwaukee Bucks Dancers perform during a timeout
O.J. Mayo had his best game as a Buck exploding for 28 points including a scorching 6 of 7 from three.
Zaza Pachulia was a rock in the middle scoring 14 points (10 of 10 from the free throw line), grabbing nine rebounds and dishing out 7 dimes in 41 minutes of action.
Nate Wolters once again shows why Nba.com's Drew Packham calls him "a steal of the draft candidate". Wolters had 9 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists to go with ZERO turnovers.
Caron Butler had 10 points, none bigger than his go-ahead tip in with 25 seconds left.
O.J. Mayo gets past Dion Waiters on his way to the rim.
Khris Middleton passes around Alonzo Gee
Mayo watches one of his six three pointers go in.
Gary Neal dug deep into his bag of tricks pulling off a number of off-balance floaters to beat the physical Cavs defense.
Nate Wolters had another successful outing in his second game as a starter.
O.J. Mayo gets introduced before the game
John Henson uses his extreme reach to beat Andrew Bynum
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