It's officially a slump now for the Milwaukee Bucks. In the midst of a homestand with five of six games at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, playing teams below them in the Eastern Conference standings, the Bucks are scuffling, dropping their fourth in a row to the Washington Wizards Monday night on the home floor 102-90. The offensive struggles continue, the Bucks shot just 37% from the floor. Monta Ellis led the way with 20 points. On the defensive side, Milwaukee allowed Washington to shoot nearly 57 percent and gave up a career high 28 points to Bradley Beal. The Bucks slide back to .500 at 25-25 with one more game to go before the All-Star break, hosting the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night.