A slow start and cold shooting doomed the Bucks in their final game before the All-Star Game, falling 118-111 to the Pacers on Wednesday night.
Milwaukee trailed 34-20 after the first quarter and couldn't dig out of the early hole, shooting just 40% from the field for the game.
Six Bucks scored in double figures, led by Donte DiVincenzo with 19 points.
Milwaukee enters the All-Star Break with a record of 46-8.
Giannis Antetokounmpo, who has missed the last two games due to the birth of his first child, and Khris Middleton will participate in the NBA All-Star Game on February 16 in Chicago. Pat Connaughton will take part in the NBA Dunk Contest as well.
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