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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Brandon Knight
For about a three-minute stretch of the second half, Milwaukee's Brandon Knight just could not be stopped.
The Wizards won for the seventh time in eight games, and their fifth in a row on the road, for a 114-107 victory at the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.
So far, so good on the latest road trip for the Sacramento Kings.
Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel was worried about facing the Milwaukee Bucks in a matchup of the teams with the best and worst records in the NBA.
Dirk Nowitzki's 19-foot jumper bounced up and then fell in as time expired, giving the Dallas Mavericks a 110-108 victory over the New York Knicks on Monday night.
The Milwaukee Bucks haven't won too often this season, and a road victory has been even rarer.
Seemingly cruising to a blowout victory, the Indiana Pacers let off the gas - and let the Milwaukee Bucks back in the game.
LeBron James scored a season-high 42 points and the Miami Heat tuned up for a showdown with Oklahoma City by beating the Dallas Mavericks 117-106 Tuesday night.
Giannis Antetokounmpo is the rookie who gets most of the attention for Milwaukee. It was another first-year player who made the biggest shot Tuesday night to give the Bucks a rare victory.
Paul George scored 26 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 108-98 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night.
Long after the end of practice, the sound of a bouncing basketball echoed down the hall and up the stairs from the Milwaukee Bucks practice court.
Anthony Davis had a night to forget in the last game before heading home to New Orleans for his All-Star debut.
Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens insisted that Jeff Green take open shots when he had them.
Brandon Knight took a couple dribbles and an important step forward in turning into the lead guard for the Milwaukee Bucks.
For one night, Nick Calathes provided a big reason to believe the Memphis Grizzlies might be able to withstand the loss of Mike Conley on a short-term basis.
"I just wanted to come out and be aggressive, come out and be strong and attack the basket," Knight said.
"They weren't really missing (shots), and we didn't really help ourselves because of a lack of hustle," said Milwaukee's Brandon Knight, who scored 25 points.