Despite a poor defensive effort in the first half and 23 turnovers for the game, the Milwaukee Bucks knocked off the Orlando Magic 99-91 in NBA action at the Bradley Center on Wednesday night.
The Bucks turned up the heat defensively in the second half, holding the Magic to 30% shooting from the field and 34 points in the second half to pull out the win.
Milwaukee (34-30) got 30-points from guard Khris Middleton, who equaled his career high set on Saturday in a win over the Washington Wizards.
A Giannis Antetokounmpo dunk and pair of Khris Middleton free throws sealed the victory for the Bucks, who went 2-1 on their home stand.
The Bucks hit the road now, starting with a game at Indiana tonight.