Cavs vs. Bucks, Game 20
at Bradley Center
TV: Fox Sports Ohio
WHAT HAPPENED: The Cavs have won their last five meetings with the Bucks, including their last three outings at the Bradley Center.
The Bucks scored the first 11 points of the game and then a lid formed over the basket. The Cavs' defense was magnicent and forced the Bucks to miss their first 18 shots in the second quarter.
The Cavs held the Bucks to just 38 percent shooting from the field.
Guard Delonte West was the star of the game for the Cavs, who has won 12 of their last 14 games, including four in a row. West scored the Cavs' first 14 points of the second quarter en route to a season-high 21.
That's three good games in the last four for West.
If he becomes a consistent performer for Coach Mike Brown, the Cavs could move among the elite in the NBA.
INJURY REPORT: Forward Jamario Moon (left groin strain) and Jawad Williams (food poisoning) were held out of Sunday's game.
Williams didn't travel to Milwaukee, but will join the team in Memphis. Both players are listed as day-to-day.
F LeBron James
F J.J. Hickson
C Shaquille O'Neal
G Mo Williams
G Anthony Parker
F Carlos Delfino
F Ersan Ilyasova
G Brandon Jennings
G Luc Richard Mbah a Moute
Cavs - F Leon Powe, F Jamario Moon, F Jawad Williams
Bucks - F Joe Alexander, G Michael Redd
Bill Spooner, Mark Ayotte, James Capers