Charles F. Gardner of the Journal Sentinel: This victory came the old-fashioned way for the Milwaukee Bucks. It was a capital D game, as in Defense. While the Bucks struggled to 35% shooting, they relied on grit and some clutch plays to knock off the Miami Heat, 91-82, on Sunday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Heat was averaging 107 points through its first 15 games. But the Bucks held Miami to just 25 baskets and 37.3% shooting and helped force 22 Heat turnovers.