Giannis Antetokounmpo gathered 41 points together with 20 rebounds as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the host Charlotte Hornets 93-85 on Sunday.
- Points: Giannis Antetokounmpo – 41
- Assists: Giannis Antetokounmpo – 6
- Rebounds: Giannis Antetokounmpo – 20
- Points: Devonte’ Graham – 17
- Assists: Willy Hernangomez – 4
- Rebounds: Willy Hernangomez – 13
Antetokounmpo made 17- of-28 shots as well as included a team-high 6 helps. Of his rebounds, 18 came with the protective end.
Brook Lopez included 16 points as well as George Hill had 11 points for the Bucks, that won their sixth straight video game.
Devonte’ Graham’s 17 points paced the Hornets, that had a two-game winning touch broke. Terry Rozier had 13 points, PJ Washington provided 12 points, Cody Martin had 11 as well as Willy Hernangomez included 10 points as well as 13 rebounds.
Other than Antetokounmpo, the remainder of the Bucks’ beginners made just 10- of-35 shots from the area.
Neither group fired the round well from three-point variety, with the Hornets capturing 22.9 percent (8-of-35) as well as the Bucks ending up at 22.6 percent (7-of-31).
Leading 83-81, the Bucks retreated with a solid ending up stretch throughout the last 4 mins. Antetokounmpo racked up Milwaukee’s last 7 points.
Charlotte, that won a roadway video game on Friday at Toronto, were intending for their 2nd successive overcoming of an elite group.
The Bucks completed with a 61-47 recoiling benefit.
The Hornets started the 2nd quarter on a 16 -6 run for a 36-32 lead. Antetokounmpo had 21 points by half-time, with the Bucks holding a 45-43 lead.
Milwaukee All-Star onward Khris Middleton missed his 2nd video game straight with an aching neck.