Giannis Antetokounmpo combined with 38 points, and Khris Middleton added 32 to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to overtake the Sacramento Kings, 128-115.
This is the Bucks’ second straight win after five consecutive losses.
On the other hand, Giannis seems to be encouraged that their aggressiveness and following the right plays are returning.
Antetokounmpo also showed 18 rebounds to give the Bucks (18-13) a taste for the Kings in their seventh straight loss.
In the Kings’ camp (12-18), rookie guard Tyrese Haliburton led with 23 points, and DaQuan Jeffries finished with 18.
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The Sacramento Kings, who fall to twelve (12) wins and eighteen (18) defeats, will face the Brooklyn Nets — currently with a 20-12 win-loss record — on Wednesday (Manila time), February 24, 2021, while the Milwaukee Bucks, who improved to eighteen (18) wins and thirteen (13) defeats, will face the Minnesota Timberwolves — currently with a 7-24 win-loss record — on Wednesday as well, February 24, 2021.