NBA scores: Cleveland Cavaliers drop to 1-2 after losing in Milwaukee

Mike McGinnis

The Cavaliers followed up their blowout loss to the Bulls by losing to the Bucks via Brandon Jennings's buzzer-beater on Saturday.

The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Milwaukee Bucks, 105-102, on Saturday night, dropping their season record to 1-2.

Milwaukee's Brandon Jennings hit a three-pointer as time expired to lift the Bucks to their second consecutive win to begin the season, as well as into the division lead. Kyrie Irving scored 27 points for the Cavs in the losing effort, while Anderson Varejao added 20 points and 17 rebounds.

Elsehwere within the Central division, the Chicago Bulls suffered an 89-82 home loss to the New Orleans Hornets, marking the first loss for the Bulls this season. The Indiana Pacers improved their record to 2-1 by getting the the Sacramento Kings in double overtime, 106-98. Lastly, the Detroit Pistons fell to 0-3 after being routed by the Los Angeles Lakers, 108-79. It was the Lakers' first win of the season.

The Cavaliers are back in action on Monday night on the road against the Los Angeles Clippers, who are off to a 2-1 start.

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