Milwaukee was looking good going into the fourth quarter, but six three pointers by the Clippers was too much for the Bucks to handle, as they fell 105-98. The Bucks came back from down six at half to lead by four going into the final stanza, but only put up 16 points, to the Clippers 27. Giannis Antetekounmpo led all scores with 26, adding nine rebounds and seven assists, while Khris Midleton contributed 22 points. The loss dropped Milwaukee back down to 8th place in the Eastern Conference Playoff Standings, with only eight games remaining in the regular season. The Bucks are off today, and are scheduled to take on the Golden State Warriors tomorrow.