The Milwaukee Bucks block 16 shots to win their fourth straight game, 99-95 against Detroit Wednesday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The blocks were just two short of the Bucks’ record set in 1980 against the Pistons. Milwaukee led by 13 going into the fourth quarter but Andre Drummond tied the game by making a free throw — and Eric Bledsoe put the Bucks in front for good by hitting a jumper with 42 point five seconds left. Khris Middleton scored 27 points, and it was the only second time this season that Giannis Antetokounmpo did not lead the team in scoring — but he still had 21. Avery Bradley had a season high 28 points, Drummond had 13 points and 17 boards, and former Buck Tobias Harris added 13 points as Detroit snapped a five game winning streak while being outshot 49-to-35-percent.