MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Milwaukee Bucks have nine games left to make a push for the playoffs, and perhaps none of them will be more critical than Wednesday night's showdown with the New York Knicks.
Monday night's 20-point loss to Oklahoma City was a setback for the Bucks, who are trying to chase down the Knicks and Philadelphia 76ers in the Eastern Conference standings. Beating the Knicks would be a huge boost to their playoff hopes.
Bucks coach Scott Skiles acknowledges the importance of Wednesday night's game and hopes his team will, too.
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