Final

Regular Season Series (Game 2 of 2)

Series starts 11/13

Game 1: Saturday, November 13th
Warriors72Final
Bucks79
Game 2: Thursday, February 3rd
Bucks94Final
Warriors100

Bucks 94

(19-29, 8-19 away)

Warriors 100

(21-27, 15-10 home)

    Coverage: CBHD

    10:30 PM ET, February 3, 2011

    ORACLE Arena, Oakland, CA

    1 2 3 4 T
    MIL 22 25 26 2194
    GS 18 28 26 28100

    Top Performers

    Milwaukee: L. Mbah a Moute 15 Pts, 19 Reb, 5 Ast, 2 Stl

    Golden State: M. Ellis 24 Pts, 5 Reb, 6 Ast, 1 Stl

    Monta Ellis scores 24 as Warriors power past Bucks

    Associated Press

    OAKLAND, Calif. -- Monta Ellis wasn't picked for the All-Star Game. If he was disappointed, it didn't show.

    He went out and had another terrific outing.

    Ellis, the league's sixth-leading scorer, and Stephen Curry combined for 15 points in the final 4:38, and the Golden State Warriors rallied to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 100-94 on Thursday night.

    Ellis hit a jumper with 17.3 seconds left to put the Warriors up by four points. He scored 24 points to lead Golden State, which won its second straight after a four-game skid. Curry had 16 points.

    "It's all right," Ellis said of the snub. "We still have a chance to make the playoffs so we're going to focus on that. It's just a situation you can't control. I had to get back to reality and focus on playing basketball."

    Dorell Wright also scored 16 points, while David Lee added 15 and Reggie Williams 13 as the Warriors ended a four-game slide against Milwaukee.

    "The guy has done everything he needs to and has played as hard as he can and did everything the right way," Warriors coach Keith Smart said of Ellis. "It's a little disappointing."

    Corey Maggette scored 12 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter for the Bucks, who lost their third straight. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute had a career-high 19 rebounds and a season-high 15 points. Ersan Ilyasova had 23 points, two off his career high, and 13 rebounds.

    "We had so many opportunities, so many open-floor fast-break opportunities that we kind of kicked away," Bucks coach Scott Skiles said. "We took some wide-open shots and had a couple of three-on-ones and came up empty-handed."

    Maggette hit a driving layup to pull the Bucks to 96-94 with 10.3 seconds left but missed the ensuing free throw. Lee grabbed the rebound, and Golden State's guards made their free throws down the stretch to help the Warriors retain their advantage.

    "We played hard, there's no doubt about that," Skiles said. "But we were a little slow a couple of times."

    Carlos Delfino scored 20 points despite making just nine of 22 shots, including a 2-of-10 performance from 3-point range.

    Ilyasova reached a milestone, needing 12 rebounds to reach 1,000.

    Milwaukee took a 73-72 lead into the final quarter.

    The lead changed hands 12 times in the second quarter, including 11 of the final 13 made baskets, with the Bucks taking a 47-46 edge into the intermission.

    Game notes


    Warriors G Acie Law was inactive due to a sprained right wrist. ... Bucks C Andrew Bogut missed his second straight game with a sore right knee. ... Ilyasova scored 15 of the Bucks' 22 points in the first quarter on 6-of-7 shooting. ... The Warriors honored Al Attles as part of Hardwood Classic Night. Attles, in his 51st year with the team, coached the Warriors to their only NBA championship in 1975. ... Mbah a Moute is 23-of-43 (53.4 percent) from the field over his past 10 games. ... The game was tied nine times, and there were 22 total lead changes.

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    Team Stat Comparison

     
    MIL
    GS
    Points 94 100
    FGM-FGA 39-91 (.429) 39-77 (.506)
    3PM-3PA 6-23 (.261) 12-24 (.500)
    FTM-FTA 10-12 (.833) 10-13 (.769)
    Rebounds (Offensive-Total) 20-49 8-36
    Assists 31 23
    Turnovers 17 17
    Steals 12 7
    Blocks 1 6
    Fast Break Points 12 14
    Fouls (Tech/Flagrant) 15 (0/0) 13 (0/0)
    Largest Lead 7 6

    Top Performers

    Milwaukee
    Golden State
    Luc Richard Mbah a Moute Mbah a Moute
    Points: 15
    Reb: 19
    Ast: 5
    Stl: 2
    Blk: 0
    Monta Ellis Ellis
    Points: 24
    Reb: 5
    Ast: 6
    Stl: 1
    Blk: 0