Bucks 93, Heat 87
Nov. 30, 1997
MIAMI (AP) _ Ray Allen scored 24 points and Terrell Brandon added 19 as Milwaukee snapped a 17-game losing streak against Miami, rallying Saturday night for a 93-87 win over the Heat.
The Bucks beat Miami for the first time since January 1993 and ended the Heat's six-game home winning streak by outscoring them 7-1 over the final 2:53.
Milwaukee, which once trailed by 17 points, outscored Miami 25-13 in the fourth quarter as the Heat managed just four field goals.
The Bucks took their first lead of the game on a basket by Elliot Perry with 9:45 left.
Tim Hardaway led Miami with 26 points and Isaac Austin had 23 points and 10 rebounds.
Notes: This was the Heat's third straight game against a team with a winning record. They had defeated the then-unbeaten Lakers and the Magic. All of the Heat's other victories have come against sub-.500 teams. ... Miami is a stretch where it will play six of seven games at home. The Heat doesn't hit the road again until Dec. 9 at Atlanta. ... Miami's Jamal Mashburn turned 25 Saturday.