abc
QUICK LINKS:

Heat Stay Atop East, Beat Bucks 96-77

Updated: 04/02/2014 9:07 PM
Created: 04/02/2014 9:05 PM WDIO.com
By: TIM REYNOLDS

MIAMI (AP) - LeBron James scored 17 points, Chris Bosh added 15 and the Miami Heat stayed atop the Eastern Conference with a 96-77 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night.

Mario Chalmers added 14 for the Heat, who never trailed despite again being without Greg Oden, Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen. The win kept Miami percentage points (52-22) ahead of Indiana (53-23) in the East.

Ramon Sessions scored 19 points for Milwaukee, which got 14 from Jeff Adrien, 11 from Brandon Knight and 10 from John Henson. Zaza Pachulia grabbed 16 rebounds in 26 minutes for the NBA-worst Bucks, who have now had 11 games this season in which they never led.

The Bucks fell to 14-61 with seven games remaining and are now only one loss away from tying the franchise record for most defeats in a season.

(Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

Larry Drew, Bucks' Head Coach
WISN

Front Page

  • Shaniya Chism Missing Duluth Kids Found in Buffalo, New York

    The Duluth Police Department says two children reported missing have been found safe.  The department announced Friday evening that 7-month-old Shaniya Chism and 2-year-old Jameicia Chapman were found in Buffalo, New York.

  • Girls-Only Shop Class Aims to Narrow Industry Gender Gaps

    More women are now pursuing STEM fields, but there's still huge gender gaps in industries like manufacturing, machining and carpentry. a girls-only shop class at one Northland high school might be a way to change that.

  • FEMA Awards Grant to Lake County to Mitigate Structure Fires

    FEMA has awarded Lake County, Minnesota over $500,000 in a grant for the addition of metal roofing to 65 residential and commercial structures. Construction on some of the buildings can start as soon as the roofing season in northeastern Minnesota begins.

  • MN Congressional Delegation and Lt. Gov. Meet at White House About Steel Imports

    Minnesota's federal lawmakers met with officials at the White House on Friday, to press their case about the problem of steel imports.

  • Gogebic Taconite Withdraws Wisconsin Application

    The state Department of Natural Resources says a company that was looking to open a huge iron mine in northern Wisconsin has officially withdrawn its plans. Gogebic Taconite was considering digging a 4½-mile long mine in the Penokee Hills just south of Lake Superior but announced last month it was closing its office in Hurley and future investment in the project wasn't feasible.

 
Advertisement