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Byline: Tom Enlund
MILWAUKEE _ It was a game that had been circled on the Milwaukee Bucks' calendar for more than a month.
The Bucks had been waiting for the Atlanta Hawks to visit the Bradley Center ever since the Hawks dealt them a 23-point loss at Philips Arena on Jan. 11 in what still ranks as Milwaukee's most humbling defeat of the season.
"We got a good Southern spanking the last time we were down there," said coach Terry Porter.
The Bucks got their long-awaited payback Saturday night, leading from beginning to end to score a one-sided 113-83 victory over the Hawks that improved their record to 20-28 and extended their home-court …