Indianapolis, Ind(WSAU) The Milwaukee Bucks have a must-win game at Indiana tonight if they want to keep their slim N-B-A playoff hopes alive. Milwaukee only has eight games left – and they’re three behind Indiana for the final Eastern Conference post-season slot. Coach Scott Skiles has shortened his rotation during the past few weeks, while getting Michael Redd and Drew Gooden back on the floor after their long bouts with injuries. But forward Corey Maggette has been one of those stuck on the bench. The 31-year-old Maggette used to average 20 points a night as a starter with Golden State. One reason he’s riding-the-pine is that forward Carlos Delfino has gotten hot lately, with back-to-back 30-point games recently. Coach Scott Skiles says he’s looking for any spark he can at this point – and there are just not enough minutes to please everybody. Maggette says he understands, and he refuses to make a public show of anger about it. He’s averaging 12-and-a-half points and four rebounds in 57 games this season.