NBA Game Summary - Minnesota at Milwaukee
(Saturday, January 23rd)
Final Score: Milwaukee 127, Minnesota 94
Milwaukee, WI (Sports Network) - Carlos Delfino was at the head of a high- powered Bucks attack with 24 points and a career-best eight assists, as Milwaukee throttled Minnesota, 127-94, at the Bradley Center.
Brandon Jennings was close behind with a career-high 13 assists and 18 points as the Bucks picked up their second win in the last three games.
Hakim Warrick also had 18 points, while Andrew Bogut and Jerry Stackhouse added 14 each as Milwaukee hit 57.6 percent of its shots from the floor and reached a season high in field goals (49-of-85).
"We executed pretty well, we moved the ball, found the open man and the shots went down. We played a very unselfish game and we were able to carry it through the whole game," said Bucks head coach Scott Skiles.
Jonny Flynn recorded 20 points and five assists for the Timberwolves, who have dropped seven of their last eight games. Corey Brewer had 18 points and Kevin Love 17 with 12 rebounds.
Milwaukee used a 14-0 run in the first to take a 32-23 lead after 12 minutes and carried a 55-45 advantage into the break. The Bucks slowly built up an 85-67 margin over the course of the third before exploding for 42 points in the fourth.
The 33-point disparity was buoyed by a poor 38.4-percent shooting effort by Minnesota.
The Bucks snapped a three-game skid to the Wolves with a 87-72 rout in Minneapolis earlier this season...Milwaukee also achieved a season high in assists with 36...Luke Ridnour had six of those...Ramon Sessions scored 12 points and Wayne Ellington 10 for the T'Wolves.
01/24 01:44:16 ET