Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 41 points to pave the way for a 116-91 victory for the Bucks over the Nets on Friday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee.
The Nets fell behind early on and struggled to keep up with he Bucks throughout the first half. Brooklyn was ultimately unable to get anything going offensively in a losing effort, as D'Angelo Russell and DeMarre Carroll paced the team with 14 points apiece while Caris LeVert grabbed nine rebounds to go along with four asists.
The Nets, down 58-35 at the half, tried mounting a third quarter rally, scoring a game-high 37 points in that quarter. But the Bucks stormed back in the fourth quarter, padding to their lead while running away with a 25-point victory. >> Box score