The Milwaukee Bucks commit almost twice as many fouls as the Cavaliers in a 124-119 loss at Cleveland Tuesday night. The Bucks had 31 fouls to the Cavs’ 16 — and as a result, Cleveland made 33 of 38 from the free throw line, while Milwaukee had only 16 free shots and made 12 in losing their fourth straight game. The Cavaliers sealed their victory at the start of the fourth quarter, when they stretched a four point lead to more than ten, and the Bucks could not catch up. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 40, and Malcolm Brogdon 22 as the Bucks dropped to 4-6 on the season. Kevin Love was the main beneficiary of Milwaukee’s fouling spree as he made 14 free throws in leading the Cavs to 32 points.