The Milwaukee Bucks' reserves got plenty of action on Wednesday as they cruised past the Indiana Pacers 130-110.
Seven different Bucks players reached double figures on the evening including a triple-double from Giannis Antentokounmpo. He scored 21 points, collected 14 rebounds, and registered 10 assists in 31 minutes of action. Bryn Forbes added 20 and Bobby Portis pitched in 18 points in the victory. The Bucks led by 17 at the break and doubled it up in the 3rd quarter when they outscored the visiting Pacers 38-21. The Pacers were able to close the gap in the fourth quarter as both teams pulled their starters. Domantas Sabonis led all scorers with 33 points for the Pacers in the losing effort.
The Bucks now travel to Cleveland for two-game set against the Cavaliers on Friday and Saturday.