New Jersey was victimized by Brandon Jennings for 34 points as the Bucks defeated the Nets 105-99 in NBA action on Monday.
The Bucks were a 3-point favorite in the win, and managed to turn a profit for their supporters. The combined score went OVER the total, which closed at 198.5.
Drew Gooden had 23 points for Milwaukee and Mike Dunleavy chipped in with 15 points. Drew Gooden had 7 assists for the Bucks, while Drew Gooden was the team's top rebounder, grabbing 8 boards.
New Jersey got 31 points from Kris Humphries in a losing cause and another 17 points from Jordan Farmar. Jordan Farmar contributed 7 assists for the Nets, while Kris Humphries had 18 rebounds.
Milwaukee trailed at halftime, 54-47.
Next game, Milwaukee takes its act home to face Cleveland looking for another win. For New Jersey, they head home to face Toronto.