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Bucks' offensive struggles continue in 82-75 loss to Jazz

SALT LAKE CITY -- Milwaukee's losing streak in Utah keeps on going. The Bucks dropped their 13th consecutive game on Utah's home court, a streak dating to 2001, in an 82-75 defeat on Saturday night at EnergySolutions Arena. Trey Burke paced the Jazz with 23 points and Derrick Favors added 16 points and 11 rebounds. Milwaukee (32-27) lost for the fourth time in its last five games as it continued its offensive struggles. The Bucks shot just 39.2 percent, hitting 29 of 74 attempts. A rebound basket by Favors gave the Jazz an 80-75 lead with 56 seconds remaining. The Bucks still had a chance, but Favors made a huge block on a drive by Michael Carter-Williams. O.J. Mayo missed an open 3...

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