(WNFL)- After 58 games, the Milwaukee Bucks believe they finally have a little team chemistry. The Bucks are 12-and-47, and they'll again play for their first back-to-back wins of the season tonight when they host Sacramento. This time, it might not be a pipe dream. Coach Larry Drew says the mid-February acquisitions of guard Ramon Sessions and forward Jeff Adrien have been a real pick-me-up for a squad that desperately needs it. Drew said the Bucks needed Adrien's aggressive mentality on the boards -- and he has responded by snaring almost ten rebounds per game since coming over from Charlotte. Sessions is adept at drawing fouls and getting to the line. Drew says he's a good complement to rookie guard Nate Wolters. Yesterday, the Bucks signed two-time Developmental League slam dunk contest winner Tony Mitchell to a 10-day contract. For now, he's taking the place of Caron Butler -- the veteran Racine native who had his contract bought out and went to Oklahoma City. Drew says he finally sees the players developing a bond. The Bucks can still avoid having the worst season record in team history if they can go 9-and-14 the rest of the way. Milwaukee's 1994 team has the season low in wins with 20.