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Bucks keep Pelicans winless

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NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

Stop me if you've heard this before. Anthony Davis had a monster game and yet, his Pelicans lost the game. Davis did all he could against the Milwaukee Bucks Tuesday night, scoring 35-points, pulling down 15-rebounds, coming up with three steals and three blocks. But, his team is now 0-4 after their 117-113 loss in the Smoothie King Center.

The only difference in this game compared to the previous three is that Davis got plenty of offensive support, with four of his teammates hitting for double figures, including point guard Tim Frazier, who had 20-points and 9-assists.

The problem was the Pels couldn't stop the Bucks, who made nearly 50-percent of their shots and 10-three pointers.

Giannis Antetokounmpo paced the Bucks with 24-points, 10-rebounds and seven assists while teammate, and West Bank native Greg Monroe finished with just six points.

The Pels play in Memphis tonight at 7 p.m.

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