The Brooklyn Nets hit 19-of-39 3-pointers in a 119-111 victory at Milwaukee Thursday night.  The 49 percent shooting effort from outside damaged the Bucks’ hopes of moving up from the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.  Milwaukee is 42-37 with three games left, tied with Washington and one game behind Miami.  Khris Middleton scored 31 points to lead the Bucks.  The Nets tied a franchise record by connecting on at least 10 3-pointers for a 14th game in-a-row.  Eric Bledsoe led an 18-3 run for Milwaukee in the third quarter, putting the Bucks up 75-71, but it was all Brooklyn the rest of the way.  Milwaukee plays at New York tonight (Friday).