The Milwaukee Bucks provided a repeat performance Wednesday night at the Fiserv Forum, beating the visiting Detroit Pistons 130-115.
The Bucks racked up 19 made three-pointers on the evening while shooting 44 percent from behind the arc. They shot 54 percent overall from the field, led in scoring by Giannis Anetokounmpo's 25 points. Khris Middleton was close behind with 23 points while also collecting seven assists. The Bucks were able to coast through the second half after outscoring the Pistons 44-33 in the first quarter and 38-23 in the second half. Jerami Grant led all scorers with 31 points in the loss for the Pistons.
Wednesday's win was the ninth straight win over the Pistons for the Bucks, including the second time this week. The Bucks will continue their homestand on Friday when they host the Utah Jazz. Tip is set for 7 p.m.