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Bucks hope trend continues when they face Timberwolves
The Milwaukee Bucks will get a chance to match up against a Western Conference team on Saturday, and if recent history holds form, they are about to feast.
To be fair, the Bucks have feasted on just about everybody of late. They will enter Saturday's matchup at home against the Minnesota Timberwolves having won 15 of their last 17 games, including a 98-97 victory over the Boston Celtics at home on Thursday in their return from the All-Star break.
Against teams from the West, the Bucks have been even more impressive lately. Milwaukee last lost against a Western Conference team on Jan. 27, when it dropped a 118-112 decision at Oklahoma City. The Bucks' last loss to a Western Conference team before that was on Dec. 7 at home against the Golden State Warriors.MORE
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