Milwaukee, WI (Sports Network) - James Harden reached the 20-point plateau for
the 15th straight game, posting 29 points to go with seven assists, as the
Houston Rockets used a strong second half to take a 115-101 decision over the
Milwaukee Bucks on Friday.
Harden shot 11-of-18 for the game and scored 16 in the second half, where the
Rockets outscored the Bucks 68-43 to overcome an 11-point halftime deficit.
Houston got solid efforts off the bench from Carlos Delfino, Patrick Patterson
and Toney Douglas in capturing their eighth win in 10 games. Delfino knocked
down 6-of-7 from long range en route to 22 points while Patterson and Douglas
each netted 18 in the victory.
Brandon Jennings' 16 points led seven Milwaukee players in double-figures.
Monta Ellis followed with 12, but shot a horrid 5-for-19 from the field.
John Henson tallied 11 points and 15 boards, while Ersan Ilyasova and Beno
Udrih scored 11 apiece in the Bucks' third straight setback.
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