The Lakers seemed to have the game in hand, up six on the road with just a minute left, but the Milwaukee Bucks got a game-saving three-pointer from
The Bucks ran away in the extra session, outscoring the Lakers, 19-11, to pull away with a 113-105 victory.
The Bucks missed just two free throws in 22 attempts (90.9%) while turning the ball over 12 times.
The Lakers shot 41.9% from the field and 32.1% from behind the arc (9-28), but missed seven free throws (18-25) with 18 miscues. With Davis' performance on the glass, the Lakers had an 18-5 offensive-rebound advantage.
With the loss, the Lakers fall to 13-36. They'll visit the Orlando Magic (15-37) on Friday night. The Bucks (27-22) travel to Houston, to play the
The Lakers out-scored the Bucks 26-20 in the fourth period, but Milwaukee refused to give up in the final minute, despite a six-point deficit.
Mayo also hit a three-pointer with 57.4 on the clock, followed by one from
The Bucks dominated in the third quarter, scoring 28 points in the third quarter to just 14 from the Lakers.
Giannis Antetokounmpo led all scorers with 20 points.
The Lakers had three scorers with 14 each (
The Lakers had 12 turnovers -- the Bucks had seven.
The Bucks closed the gap to within eight by the half, led by Giannis Antetokounmpo with 10.
The Lakers shot 50.0% from the field and 54.5% from three-point range (6-11).
Milwaukee hit 47.2% and 50.0% (5-10), respectively.
The Bucks held onto a two-point lead after a quarter in Milwaukee.
The Lakers had fallen behind by seven before
Ellington led the Lakers with nine points; the team shot 42.9% from the field.
The Bucks were led by former Clippers forward
Despite missing rookie Jabari Parker and former Lakers point guard
The Lakers have had their own problems staying healthy with
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