Brandon Jennings admitted he was stressing about the latest trade rumors, with the league trade deadline approaching Thursday.

But the Milwaukee Bucks point guard turned off his cell phones and took out any anxieties he had on the New Jersey Nets on Monday night at the Prudential Center.

Jennings scored 34 points, two shy of a season high, and added seven rebounds and seven assists in the Bucks' 105-99 decision, their 10th consecutive victory over the Nets.

The Bucks (18-24) overcame another terrible start with a 58-point second half as they moved into a tie with the slumping New York Knicks for the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference race.