CHARLOTTE, NC (WHBL) - Basketball can be a game of inches. Just ask the Milwaukee Bucks, who lost at Charlotte Monday night 111-110 in overtime. Khris Middleton made what he thought was a three-pointer from the corner at the buzzer, with the idea of sending the game to a second O-T. But a video review showed that Middleton had a foot on the three-point line, so it was only a two-point basket, and the Bucks fell one point short. Milwaukee's last three defeats all came in O-T, and the Bucks now have a 1-5 overtime record this season. The Bucks blew an 18-point lead early in the game, and Charlotte used a 13 to 2 run to get within two at the half. The score was tied at 78 going into the fourth quarter. Brandon Knight had 26 points, 14 assists, and eight rebounds for Milwaukee, which has now lost four straight in Charlotte. Kemba Walker almost had a triple-double for the Bobcats with 25 points, 10 assists, and 9 boards. Charlotte shot 58-percent from three-point range, while improving to 2-0 in overtime this season. The Bobcats have won four of their last five overall. The Bucks fell to 6-22 on the year, and they blew a chance to win their first back-to-back games. Their next game is on Friday night at Brooklyn.