The Milwaukee Bucks hit overdrive in the Motor City, blowing out the Detroit Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills 117-90 on Tuesday night. The Bucks struggled to start the game, trailing 28-19 after the first quarter but they dominated the rest of the way. Brandon Jennings dumped in 30 points including a barrage of 5 three point baskets in the third quarter when the Bucks broke it wide open with a 16-0 run. Mike Dunleavy added 17 off the bench and Monta Ellis scored 12 for the Bucks who are a season best five games over .500 at 24-19. Milwaukee is just 2 and a half games off the Central Division lead and they host the front running Chicago Bulls at the Bradley Center Wednesday night.