Two of the Eastern Conference's best exploded for 83 points in the fourth quarter Sunday, but it was the Philadelphia 76ers escaping Milwaukee with a 130-125 win over the Bucks. The Sixers were able to shut down Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo as it built up its lead to be 62-53 at the break. Antetokounmpo would not go down quietly in the second half, scoring the bulk of his career-high 52 points while ending the day with 16 rebounds. Joel Embiid led the way for the Sixers with 40 points, followed by Jimmy Butler's 27 points and JJ Reddick's 19. The Bucks had four other players score in double figures in the loss. The homestand continues tomorrow night when the Los Angeles Lakers come to town to face the Bucks.