Antawn Jamison scored 24 points and the Washington Wizards shot 55 percent from the field to beat the listless Milwaukee Bucks 101-77 in Milwaukee tonight.
The game wasn't competitive from the start with the Bucks missing leading scorer Michael Redd, who was kneed in the left thigh against Miami on Wednesday night and is day-to-day.
The Bucks are 6-24 since the beginning of last year without Redd, who is averaging 23.4 points and had been a starter in all 31 previous games.
For as bad as the Bucks were, it sure looked like fun for the Wizards, who kept getting easy layups and open looks at will.
Racine's Caron Butler, who broke his right hand the last time he played in Milwaukee last April, had a much better homecoming to Wisconsin with 13 points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Antonio Daniels, who returned from a sprained knee on Wednesday, scored 14 points in his second game back.
Charlie Villanueva had 14 of his team-high 20 points during the fourth quarter.
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