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Sacramento 124, Milwaukee 107


SACRAMENTO, CA (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Bucks are now 2-26 against the N-B-A's Western Conference, after losing at Sacramento 124-107 on Sunday.  O-J Mayo led the Bucks with 21 points off the bench.  He missed the last six games after he fell out of coach Larry Drew's rotation.  But Drew gave Mayo another chance after rookie Nate Wolters broke his left hand at Golden State last Thursday and went out for the season.  The Kings were on fire early, leading 39-16 after the first quarter.  The Bucks never had a chance after that, but they did out-score Sacramento 37-20 in the final period to make the game look closer than it was.  DeMarcus Cousins had his seventh straight double-double for the Kings with 32 points and 12 rebounds.  Isaiah Thomas had 30 points with eight assists, helping Sacramento win two of its last three.  Ersan Ilyasova was the only Milwaukee starter in double figures with 14.  The Bucks are 0-3 on their Western road trip and 13-57 overall.  They'll close out their current trip tonight against the Clippers in Los Angeles.