NBA: Bucks hit Knicks 132-88 to get 12th straight win
Bucks' Greek superstar Antetokounmpo key in victory with 29 points, 15 rebounds
The Milwaukee Bucks hammered the New York Knicks 132-88 in Monday night's NBA game to get their 12th straight win this season.
Greek superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo produced 29 points and had 15 rebounds against the Knicks, playing a major role for the Bucks victory at home, the Fiserv Forum.
Bucks power forward D.J. Wilson scored 19 and small forward Khris Middleton dropped 16 points and had seven rebounds.
Knicks power forward Julius Randle scored 19 points and shooting guard Damyean Dotson netted 15 points for the visitors.
The Bucks, with the win, topped NBA with the best record, as well as the Eastern Conference standings with 18-3 win/loss record.
Meanwhile, the Knicks are currently the worst team in the East, with only 4 wins and 17 losses.
Here are Monday’s results in the NBA:
*Charlotte Hornets - Phoenix Suns: 104-109
*Philadelphia 76ers - Utah Jazz: 103-94
*Atlanta Hawks - Golden State Warriors: 104-79
*Milwaukee Bucks - New York Knicks: 132-88
*Memphis Grizzlies - Indiana Pacers: 104-117
*Sacramento Kings - Chicago Bulls - 106-113
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