Jerry Stackhouse tied his season-high with 20 points and the
The Bucks swept the four-game series against the Pacers and it was their first since a six-game sweep during the 1981-82 season.
Indiana was without point guard
Pacers have lost six of seven, 13 of 16 overall and eight straight on the road. They came in allowing 120 or more points in four of their last six away from home.
Trailing 89-77 with six minutes left, the Pacers used an 11-3 run down the stretch and
Bogut dunked for a six-point lead, but after Price missed, Delfino stepped out of bounds. Jones jammed home a Price miss to get to four.
The ball went to Granger, who lofted a shot over Bogut but missed. After a scramble for the ball, Salmons was fouled and sank two free throws for the final margin.
Jones scored nine points in the fourth.
Stackhouse, who signed with the Bucks as a free agent on Jan. 18, was 7 of 13 from the floor including 4 of 6 on 3-pointers. He had 11 points in the first half, including three 3s and then tied his season high with seven in the fourth. His 3-pointer with 8:07 to play gave Milwaukee an 86-69 lead.
Leading 49-41, the Bucks slowly pulled away from the Pacers in the third quarter behind eight points each from Bogut and Salmons.
Bogut's hook shot from in close gave the Bucks a 59-49 lead with 7:15 to go in the quarter. A Jennings steal in the next possession turned into a driving layup by Bogut. It could have been worse for Indiana had Granger not scored 14 of their 21 points in the quarter. Milwaukee led 76-62 heading into the fourth.