Giannis Antetokounmpo hit the three-pointer which put the Bucks ahead to stay and Khris Middleton was seven-of-eight from long range in last night’s 124-113 victory over New- York. Shots from outside the arc were a big factor in the third straight win for Milwaukee. The Bucks blew a half-time lead, then recovered for the 11-point win at Fiserv Forum. Antetokounmpo finished with 31 points and 15 rebounds, while Middleton scored 30 and Eric Bledsoe dished out 13 assists. Bucks Coach Mike Budenholzer was not pleased about giving up the 19 point lead.
That being said he did take some positives from the victory.
The Bucks are off tonight, then host the Philadelphia 76ers tomorrow night.