Bogut, Bucks come back to beat Timberwolves 87-72
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The recovering big men bumped and banged around the basket all night, and a beat-up Andrew Bogut got the better of Al Jefferson.
Bogut gave the defense-first Bucks plenty of muscle at both ends with 17 points and 10 rebounds, and Milwaukee used a third-quarter surge to top the worn-down Jefferson and the Minnesota Timberwolves 87-72 on Friday.
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