Bucks drive past Pistons

It was another day and another win for the Milwaukee Bucks Thursday night, beating the Detroit Pistons 126-106.


Giannis Antetokounmpo earned a double-double before the first quarter was even done en route to a 33 point, 16 rebound night. The Bucks built up a 29 point halftime lead before the Pistons were able to close the gap marginally in the second half. Three other Bucks players joined Antetokounmpo with double-figure scoring performances, including Khris Middleton registering 28 points. He was 4-5 from behind the arc. The Pistons had six players in double figures, led by Christian Wood's 18 points off the bench.


The Bucks meet the 76ers in Milwaukee Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.

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