The three-pointers weren’t dropping for the Milwaukee Bucks Wednesday night, but they managed to do what contenders need to do — beat the bad teams. A big third quarter powered Milwaukee to a 110-103 win at home against the Orlando Magic. The loss extended the Magic losing streak to six in-a-row. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 26 points and Milwaukee put all five starters in double figures. Khris Middleton was good for another 22, to go with four assists. The Bucks built the lead to 20 points, then let the bench close out the team’s 22nd win in 40 starts. They picked up the win despite shooting 21 percent on 3-pointers, normally a big part of the offense. The season reaches the halfway point Friday night when the Bucks face the Washington Wizards at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.