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MILWAUKEE — After a 29-point, 15-rebound performance in 22 minutes, Giannis Antetokounmpo stretched out in front of his locker using leg recovery technology while recapping highlights from the Milwaukee Bucks‘ latest 132-88 win against the New York Knicks on his phone.
By halftime, the game was well out of reach as the Knicks faced their largest deficit of the season after trailing by 27 points, but a first-half dunk by teammate Khris Middleton brought a smile to his and teammate George Hill‘s faces when they rewatched the reaction from the bench.
Milwaukee would continue to pound the Knicks en route to grabbing hold of the league’s best record (18-3), in addition to handing New York its largest loss.
“We’ve got to do our job. It starts with the coaching staff, it starts with the leader. We’re not coming here and thinking about the 12 games we won,” Antetokounmpo said. “We’re thinking about, ‘how can I do my job? how can I win tonight?’ And that’s the most important thing. We’ve got Detroit next. How can we win in Detroit? How can we go in there