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The Bucks are finally getting healthy after a season filled with injuries, but it’s going to take a while before everyone’s back to form.

“I’m still struggling with my outside shot — no legs, a little bit — but just trying to get to the basket to do what I can,” said Jennings, who was only 1 for 6 from 3-point range in his seventh game back from a broken foot.

Meanwhile, the Wizards were having fun, despite being undermanned in the frontcourt. Even guard Kirk Hinrich had a rare highlight block, rejecting John Salmons’ drive into the seats. Hinrich has only seven blocks on the season.

The Wizards dressed only 10 players, and all the missing notables were forwards: Al Thornton (dislocated right middle finger), Yi Jianlian (sprained left ankle) and Josh Howard (sore left knee). In addition Rashard Lewis played with stiffness in his right knee and scored only three points in 29 minutes.

Several Washington played credited the win to a feisty attitude recently at practice.

“It’s been very competitive, a lot of guys getting into arguments, really just competing,” McGee said.

So who wins the arguments?

“Whoever’s right.”

Notes: Milwaukee F Chris Douglas-Roberts was suffering from an illness and did not play until the final 1:10. … Bucks F-C Larry Sanders sat out with back spasms.