The nationally televised ESPN game featuring the Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers was all that you could hope for. As the must win Lakers came out playing with Fire as they hosted the team with the best record in the NBA.
Giannis Antetokounmpo is clearly still nursing that sore right knee as he seamed a little off and was not about to be as effective as normal. But that didn’t hold back or stop the Bucks from getting the victory in L.A. as Milwaukee had 7 players in double figures. Eric Bledsoe lead his team by scoring 31 points, grabbing 9 rebounds and dishing 5 assists on the day he resigned with the club signing a 4 year $70 Million dollar deal.
Milwaukee is now 3-0 on the road trip and now heads to Utah to face the Jazz tomorrow night in Salt Lake City. Milwaukee remains on top of the Eastern Conference and also still holds the best record in the NBA.