Bucks to 143-100 Portland Trail Blazers; Antetokounmpo leads Buck for the victory

Giannis Antetokounmpo was hoping that Portland Trail Blazers must be tired on their back to back games for the Wednesday night and he was right on his hunch.

Antetokounmpo matched for his season high of 33 points as the Milwaukee Bucks were able to win against Portland Trail Blazers by 143-100 on Wednesday night.

Bucks avenged their early season defeat from Trail Blazers as Antetokounmpo added 16 rebounds and 9 assists in 30 minutes play.

Antetokounmpo said to media, “We did the job tonight and set the tone right for the team. We were aware that they were coming from back to back, so we charged-in with energy and got an early lead.”

Milwaukee which lost their November 6th game against Trail Blazers were able to win their 13h game out of their previous 17 games.

From Trail Blazers side, CJ McCollum and Damian Lillard both scored 22 points.

As for Bucks side, Khris Middleton added in 21 points and Malcolm and Eric both added in 16 points.

With this defeat, the Trail Blazers coach Terry Scotts was also denied of his 400th career victory.

Up next, Portland Trail Blazers will be traveling to Golden State to play first of their four games against Warriors. As for Milwaukee Bucks, they will host Phoenix in their fifth game out of their six games at home.

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