By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Nov 15, 2009 at 9:15 AM

The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Golden State Warriors and head coach Don Nelson Saturday night 129-125.   Here are 14 notable points fom the game provided by the team.  The most notable, of course, is the number 55.  

• Brandon Jennings scored a career-high 55 points, surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's (Lew Alcindor) rookie record of 51 points, which was set on Feb. 21, 1970. Jennings is only the second Bucks' rookie, and the third Bucks player (joining Abdul-Jabbar and Michael Redd) to score 50 points in a game. Jennings' 55-point game marks the 13th 50-point game in Bucks history.

• Brandon Jennings' 55 points are the most by an NBA rookie since Earl Monroe had 56 on February 13, 1968. They're also the second-most by a player under 21. The most was 56 scored by LeBron James on March 20, 2005.

• Brandon Jennings scored 29 points in the third quarter on 12-of-13 from the field, including 4-of-5 from three-point range. The 29 points were the most points for an opposing player against Golden State in a quarter. On Dec. 3, 2003, Voshon Lenard of the Denver Nuggets scored 26 against the Warriors.

• Jennings was just two points shy of tying the Bucks' record for most points scored in a game by a single player. Michael Redd holds the record with 57 against Utah on Nov. 11, 2006. He scored zero points in the first quarter, 10 in the second, 29 in the third and 16 in the fourth quarter.

• The last rookie who scored 30 points back-to-back for the Bucks was Glenn Robinson in 1995. On Feb. 8, he scored 37 against Minnesota and on Feb. 14, he scored 30 against Miami.

• The Bucks have won four in a row to improve to 5-2. They've also won three of the last four home games against Golden State. Their home record against the Warriors has improved to 44-16 all-time.

• The Warriors, who fall to 3-6, have now allowed their opponents to score 100 points or more in all nine games this season.

• Charlie Bell went 2-of-5 from outside tonight continuing his streak of scoring a three in all seven games this season. Bell is the only Buck to have a three in each game this season.

• The Warriors led 30-21 after the first quarter. The Warriors shot 12-21 (.571 FG%) from the field and held the Bucks to 7-26 (.269 FG%). The Warriors carried over a 12-2 run into the second quarter to take a 36-23 lead. The run started at the 3:13 mark of the first quarter and continued to the 10:14 mark of the second quarter.

• The Warriors finished the night shooting 56.1% from the field. It is the first time this season the Bucks have allowed their opponents to shoot 50% or better from the field.

• Kelenna Azubuike went down in the first quarter with a left patella injury and did not return. Azubuike came into tonight's game averaging 15.6 points per game for the Warriors.

• The Warriors held a 57-49 lead over the Bucks at halftime. Down 67-61 at the 7:02 mark of the third quarter, the Bucks went on a 19-7 run over the next 4:22 to take an 82-74 lead.

• Andrew Bogut recorded his fourth double-double this season with 19 points and 11 rebounds.

• With the win, the Bucks improved to 3-0 when trailing at the half this season. The Bucks outscored the Warriors 80-68 in the second half.