The Milwaukee Bucks (54-19) lost at Cleveland last Wednesday, playing without several injured players, including Giannis Antetokounmpo. Sunday, the two teams returned to Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee and it was the Bucks that returned the favor.
Antetokounmpo had 26 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, including nine dunks, as the Bucks rolled to a 127-105 win over the Cavaliers.
Six other Bucks scored in double figures, led by Khris Middleton and George Hill with 17 points each. Milwaukee shot 55% from the field in the win.
The Bucks did lose another player to injury when Tony Snell suffered a left ankle injury in the third quarter and had to eventually leave the game.
“I think we’ll know more tonight, see how he responds, but I think he sprained it pretty good,” Coach Mike Budenholzer said. [Read more…]