Finishing the game was critical for the Milwaukee Bucks as they went down to the wire with the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night.

A winless five-game western trip had the Bucks in desperate need of a victory, and this time they made the plays to get it done.

Brandon Jennings reached around and knocked the ball away from Spurs point guard Tony Parker, leading to a fast-break dunk for Jennings and a three-point Milwaukee lead in the final minute, and the Bucks hung on for a 106-103 victory at the Bradley Center.

Center Andrew Bogut, who returned from a four-game absence and arrived in Milwaukee late Monday after a long flight from Australia, drew a charging foul on Spurs center Tim Duncan with 35.3 seconds left.