Jazz vs. Bucks final score: Milwaukee prevails in OT thriller, 109-108

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

The Bucks got a stellar performance from their starting backcourt, who outscored their counterparts, 54-0.

Guard play made all the difference in an OT thriller on Monday night as the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Utah Jazz at BMO Harris Bradley Center, 109-108.

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Milwaukee (30-28) got a big lift from its star-studded backcourt as Monta Ellis led all scorers with 34 points on 15-of-21 shooting from the field and added four rebounds and three assists, while Brandon Jennings had an amazing stat line of 20 points and 17 assists in the Bucks' win.

Jennings sent the game to overtime with this three-pointer:

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