Phoenix Suns Beat Milwaukee Bucks to Creep Closer to .500
Marcin Gortat: 19 points and 11 rebounds Wednesday.
Gortat the Great made another appearance Wednesday as the Phoenix Suns knocked off the Milwaukee Bucks at US Airways Arena 92-77. Marcin Gortat, the Polish import who came to the Suns in a December trade, continued his weeklong string of stellar play for the Suns, scoring 19 points and pulling down 11 rebounds. It was his third straight game of the scoring 19 or more points for the Suns. For the Bucks, it was their 23rd straight loss in Phoenix.
The Suns are still two games out of a playoff slot in the Western Conference, with the Memphis Grizzlies 1.5 games ahead of the Suns and the Portland Trail Blazers currently occupying what would be the eighth seed.
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