A big third quarter that even included two made 3-pointers has pushed the Milwaukee Bucks out to an 84-68 lead over the New York Knicks heading into the fourth quarter.
Sterling Brown’s 3-pointer from the left corner snapped a streak of 17 missed triples for the Bucks and gave them a 77-61 lead. The Bucks had gone more than 26 minutes between 3-pointers made at that point, including an 0-for-8 showing in the second quarter.
Giannis Antetokounmpo leads the Bucks with 24 points and 12 rebounds. Brook Lopez has chipped in 15.
Kevin Knox leads the Knicks with 17.