The Milwaukee Bucks have blown a chance to secure an N-B-A playoff spot with a 104-89 loss at Indiana Thursday night. With three games left, the magic number to clinch is still two — with any combination of Bucks’ victories and losses by Chicago and Indiana through the middle of next week. Coach Jason Kidd says the Bucks committed too many turnovers, 21 as the Pacers pulled away in the third quarter and Milwaukee lost its third straight game to drop to sixth in the East. Paul George led the Pacers with 23 points and ten rebounds, while Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 25 for the Bucks — who are still without rookie starter Malcolm Brogdon. He missed his fourth straight game with an injured back, but Kidd expects his point guard Brogdon to return before the regular season ends next Wednesday.