The Milwaukee Bucks started the fourth quarter trailing the Memphis Grizzlies by five points. They went with their bench and came from behind to pull out a 96-86 victory.
Jason Kidd went with John Henson, Miles Plumlee, Rashad Vaughn, Tyler Ennis and Damien Inglis. That group outscored the Grizzlies 28-13 in that fourth quarter and they never left the floor.
Ennis led the way with all 13 of his points in the final quarter. The Bucks had eight of their 17 blocked shots in the quarter.
Things got a little chippy in the final four minutes. John Henson committed a hard foul on Lance Stephenson that resulted in a flagrant-1 call, as well as a technical for getting in Stephenson’s face after the play.
Then with 5.5 seconds left and the Bucks up by 10, Henson came from behind to block a Matt Barnes shot out-of-bounds. Henson then got in Barnes’ face for a short time. Both players received technical fouls and Henson was ejected.
Even though Barnes hadn’t been tossed, he took off for the tunnel with some Bucks coaches and staff members in hot pursuit. Nothing ended up happening and the game ended with a Bucks victory.
Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 15 points, 11 assists and six rebounds.