Milwaukee Bucks took down Los Angeles Lakers with 109-102 riding on Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 47 points. Khris Middleton also fired a number of three-pointers to tie franchise record for career 3-pointers on Wednesday night. Middleton made a comeback to the squad after sitting out for eight games straight, in the last quarter he went on a rampage dropping consecutive 3-pointers 30 seconds apart to take his tally to 1,051 and match with Ray Allen for first place on the team's all-time list.
Lakers were without LeBron James who had missed his eight-match with an abdominal strain and they maintain a 3-5 record without the star. Los Angeles has not yet featured Trevor Ariza and Kendrick Nunn in the squad as well since the start of the season. Talen Horton-Tucker had 25 points for the Lakers, while Russell Westbrook scored 19 points, Malik Monk 11, and Carmelo Anthony 10 in the loss.