The Cavaliers used a 10-0 flurry to cut a 19-point deficit down to nine entering the fourth quarter, then went scoreless from the floor for the first four minutes of the fourth to fall to the Milwaukee Bucks, 102-88.
Antawn Jamison and Ramon Sessions each had 22 points for the Cavs, but starters Alonzo Gee, J.J. Hickson and Manny Harris combined for four points. The Cavs have now lost 15 straight and 25 of 26. They are inching closer to the single-season, franchise record losing streak of 19 in a row.
Anthony Parker returned from a strained back to score two points in 15 minutes, Joey Graham had six points in his return from a torn quad and Christian Eyenga had nine points in his return from a sprained ankle, but the Cavs lost to the worst offensive team in the league. The Bucks played the game without their top two leading scorers in Brandon Jennings and John Salmons.
The Bucks entered averaging 91.2 points and shooting 42 percent from the floor, both the worst in the league. They scored 102 points and shot 50 percent against the Cavs.