New York Knicks vs. Milwaukee Bucks

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– New York Knicks in
Milwaukee taking on the Bucks. Giannis Antetokounmpo
getting ready to lead his team on the court. Kevin Knox out with a
sprained ankle for the Knicks. Eric Bledsoe throws it up
to Giannis Antetokounmpo for the alley-oop slam. Giannis not done yet,
as he uses the dribble, the spin, and the finish to
the cup for the finger roll. For the Knicks, Ron Baker
making unfortunate contact here. He just nicks Vonleh’s
elbow during the screen. He had to leave the
game to get stitches. He had a facial laceration and
did not return to the game. Second quarter, it was
all about Khris Middleton taking over, going baseline,
finishing on the other side. Then at the top of the key,
knocks down the three-pointer. Not done from the
three-point line, off the kick out, Middleton, counted. He had 19 points at halftime. And at halftime, Milwaukee
up big, 19 points. Second half, third
quarter, Tim Hardaway Jr., he gets the jumper to go. He finished with 24 points. Then it’s Trey Burke, gets
into the middle of the lane. Burke finished with 19
points and six rebounds. For Milwaukee, Giannis
Antetokounmpo unstoppable, one-on-one, finishes
with the slam. Then over all of the Knicks
defense, another dunk. For the Knicks, Hezonja
splits the defense and gets the floater. He had 18 points off the
bench for the Knicks. Too much Khris
Middleton, though. He had 30 points, seven
rebounds in the game. And too much Antetokounmpo,
finished with 31 points and 15 rebounds to help the
Bucks get the win. [music playing]

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