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Last updated on Monday, December 21, 2009
(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indiana Pacers are at home tonight to face the Milwaukee Bucks.
The Pacers are coming off back-to-back road losses at Memphis on Friday night and at San Antonio on Saturday.
Indiana had its chances in its 100-99 loss to the Spurs, eventually losing on a rebound dunk by Tim Duncan with just under five seconds remaining.
TJ Ford's last second shot bounced off the rim as the Pacers fell to 9-16.
The bucks are coming off a one-point loss of their own on Saturday night as Tyreke Evans hit a reverse layup in the final second to give Sacramento a 96-95 win in Milwaukee.
The Bucks are 11-14, which is good enough for second place in the central division.
The Pacers have won nine in a row against Milwaukee at Conseco Fieldhouse.
They split their four games last season with each team winning both games on their home court.
Tonight's game is the first of a back-to-back for the blue-and-gold.
The Pacers will head on to Boston to face the Celtics on Tuesday night.
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