Bucks need overtime to take down Kings

The Milwaukee Bucks squandered a 17 point fourth quarter lead and needed overtime to beat the Kings 141-140. In a game where Giannis Antetokounmpo played only 24 minutes, Milwaukee earned their ninth straight road victory. It was game two of a five-game West Coast trip.


Eric Bledsoe filled up the stat sheet with a triple-double. He scored 26 points, snared 12 rebounds and dished out 13 assists in the win.  Malcolm Brogdon hit the first two shots (3's) in overtime en route to 25 points. Khris Middleton tallied 21 points but came up hobbling late in overtime after an incredible tap rebound to put the Bucks in a position to win the game.


The Bucks will next play Friday night at 9:30 PM against LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers.

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