Milwaukee Bucks Grades, Reactions From 95-70 Loss To San Antonio Spurs

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Dec 2, 2015; San Antonio, TX, USA; Milwaukee Bucks center

Greg Monroe

(15) puts up a shot over San Antonio Spurs power forward

LaMarcus Aldridge

(12) during the second half at AT&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

The Milwaukee Bucks took on the league’s best defense and didn’t know how to score.

After winning a Monday game for the second week in a row, the Milwaukee Bucks continued their recent pattern by following it up with a disappointing loss, this time to the San Antonio Spurs.

It’s hard to pinpoint the moment this game got away from Milwaukee because it didn’t really feel they were ever in it.

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Maybe it was 1:47 into the game when Gregg Popovich saw the Bucks attacking LaMarcus Aldridge inside for easy baskets, and gave his marquee summer acquisition a quick seat to send a message. That was a sign that the Bucks were coming up against an opponent and an organization that’s currently operating on an entirely different plain.

San Antonio’s lead was seven after one quarter, 10 at half time, 21 after three and 25 at the final whistle. It’s a good job they don’t play five periods.

Let’s get down to the post-mortem.

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