No Upset This Time: Bucks Drop Home Decision to Spurs
The Bucks have had a penchant for wins against the NBA's best teams when they play at home this season. Another upset was not in the works Monday night against the Spurs.
Milwaukee was outscored by double digits in the second and fourth quarters, and the Bucks made just three three-pointers for the game, in a 123-98 loss to San Antonio (30-6). Khris Middleton scored 19 for the Bucks, and Michael Carter-Williams added 16, but the Bucks held just a one point lead after the opening quarter and quickly watched the lead slip away.
The Bucks have beaten the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers at the BMO Harris Bradley Center this season. The Warriors, Cavs and Spurs are the only NBA teams with fewer than ten losses this season.