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Bucks’ winning streak ended by the records set up by Spurs

San Antonio Spurs was defeated humiliatingly and their agony made it a motivation for an amazing uptrend victory against Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night and there could not be any time better than this. In Spur's 146-125 victory over Bucks, Spurs set a franchise record for points in the first half when DeMar DeRozan had 23 points.

After losing this match, the five-game winning strike of Bucks was over, and had dropped a game behind Brooklyn in the Eastern Conference for the 2nd place in the table. This victory came to Spurs 10 days after they blew a 32-point lead at Boston Celtics and lost to them with 140-143 in overtime. The shots in this match by Spurs were 67% from the field and 3-pointers in the initial half. In the first quarter, they scored a season-high 45 points, which is the 4th largest total in franchise history and the most points in the first half in team history followed it.

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