Khris Middleton lead the Milwaukee Bucks Beat the Miami Heat 144-97. Followed by Jrue Holiday 24 points, Donte DiVicenzo 17 points, Brook Lopez 14 points, Bobby Portis 11 points, D. J. Augustin 10 points, Bryn Forbes 12 points, Giannis Antetokounmpo 9 points, Thanasis Antetokounmpo 5 points, Jordan Nwora 8 points and Wilson 3 points.
The Heat lead by Tyler Herro 23 points, Avery Bradley 14 points, Kendrick Nun 15 points, Precious Achiuwa 10 points and Goran Dragic struggled with 2 points. Jimmy Butler didn’t play in the game.
Bucks: Milwaukee had 16 3’s by halftime, the most of any half in team history. The Bucks had 14 in a half on four occasions (three first halves, one second). … The Bucks’ last three games have all been decided long before the final buzzer, with them beating Golden State by 39 on Christmas, then losing by 20 in New York on Sunday.
Heat: The 32-point halftime deficit was second worst in team history, topped by a 33-point hole on March 8, 1989 when Riley and the Lakers led the first-year Heat 76-43 at the break. … Herro had 20 points by halftime, the first time he’s done that in his young career.