The Milwaukee Bucks just don’t lose very often. Coming into Wednesday night’s affair with the Indiana Pacers, they had only lost seven games all season. You can make that eight now as a five-game winning run came to an end courtesy of the hosting Pacers. It was a very welcome win, not only because of that, but also because it ended a six-game losing streak for them as well.
The 118-111 win was achieved thanks to TJ Warren, who showed out with 35 points. Malcolm Brogdon also racked up 13 assists, a career high, to go along with 17 points. Victor Oladipo, still returning back to fitness, was back at his energetic best with 13 in limited action. Of course, this can be taken with a bit of a grain of salt as Giannis did not feature for the Eastern leading Bucks.