Things that score more than Milwaukee

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Things that score more than Milwaukee

By Justin Aucoin
WickedGoodSports.com

On Sunday the Milwaukee Bucks put up a measly 56 points against the Boston Celtics. Fifty-six points! And this is coming from a sport that feels the need to keep score by twos and threes.

Bucks head coach called it a humiliating defeat; Doc Rivers called it nice and also added "I really thought this was one of those scheduled losses for Milwaukee." Ouch.

Nonetheless, many fans called it downright boring.

It was a record-breaking night for the Celtics. Some fun stats from A. Sherrods game story:

franchise-low in points given up in a half (22);

franchise-low in points given up after three quarters (38)

franchise-low in fewest field goals allowed (22).

Insane.

It got us wondering Who out there has scored more than the Bucks?

PRE-SCHOOLERS

DON JUAN DE MARAA

UMM...WHOEVER THIS GUYS IS....

THIS HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE SONG

THE UK SCRABBLE CHAMPION

Triple-word score > Bucks attempting a three-pointer

DANIEL PAILLE ON A BREAKAWAY

WATSON

THE HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS

MONTREAL 911

Image by @BosBruinsFan

And, of course, all these guys have each scored more points in one game than the Bucks did. As a team.

Wilt Chamberlain
Kobe Bryant
David Thompson
David Robinson
Elgin Baylor
Michael Jordan
Pete Maravich
Rick Barry
Elgin Baylor
George Gervin
Jerry West
Joe Fulks
Tracy McGrady
Shaquille O'Neal
Karl Malone
George Mikan
Gilbert Arenas
Allen Iverson
Tom Chambers
Larry Bird
Bernard King
Purvis Short
Jack Twyman
Fred Brown
Michael Redd
Jerry Stackhouse
Reggie Miller
Dominique Wilkins
Purvis Short
Calvin Murphy
Adrian Dantley
Rick Barry
Bob Pettit
Richie Guerin

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