Giannis scores 29 as Milwaukee Bucks beat Knicks by 132-88

The coach for the New York Knicks, named David Fizdale already knew that his team is going struggle really hard against the team they will face on Monday night as it was none other than Milwaukee Bucks. The reason for it was that Bucks are currently on their bets game winning streak for the past few seasons.

Knicks stumbled in the first half and they could never recover from it and never stood a chance against Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks as they defeated them by 132-88.  With this win, Bucks have now extended their game winning streak to 12 games.

Antetokounmpo played exceptionally as he was on the court for about 14 minutes and scored his double-double while finishing the night with 29 points as well as 15 rebounds. The Bucks were able to win this game by a difference of 44 points while they defeated Hornets on Saturday night by a difference of 41 points. This is the first time in the history of Bucks’ franchise that they have back-to-back winning games here they have won with a difference of 40 points or more. As for NBA history, it has only been done 5 times.

Fizdale said of the game, “I don’t think we came to this game with an idea that we can actually beat them. This is what is most disappointing about this loss.  They got what they wanted ad whenever they wanted it.  We never were able to take any real stand against them.”

Milwaukee Bucks, who are now 18-3 on the season, leads the game most by 47 points during the 2nd quarter as Antetokounmpo was able to score his league-leading 20th double-double.

As for the Knicks, they were led by Julius Randle, who scored 19 points, while Dameyean Dotson scored 15 points. Milwaukee Bucks coach said, “It was really good of us to get everybody out on the court to not let some other guys not play some heavy minutes.”

Up next, Knicks will host a game against the Denver Nuggets while Bucks will take on Detroit Pistons in the Motor City.

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