‘Is that Khris Middleton?” Khris Middleton smiled after his team’s victory, the second-most in his career.

The Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 118-93 in a 2023-24 NBA regular-season game at the Fifth Third Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, on Friday morning.

The game was highlighted by Atetokounmpo’s physicality, as he tore apart the opposing paint zone in every quarter. An opposing player who tried to stop her was knocked down 텍사스홀덤사이트 by a shoulder attack.

There was a mishap in the third quarter, though. Oklahoma City‘s Lugentz Dot reportedly suffered a broken nose after being hit by Middleton’s hand during an offense. It’s unclear if it’s a fracture, and the medical report so far only says “face/nose,” local media reported.

Milwaukee led by just one point at halftime, but the Buckeyes doubled their lead in the third quarter (34-17, third quarter points only).

The lead didn’t close until the final quarter. In the fourth quarter, the team scored another seven points to complete the 118-93 victory.

The man of the match, of course, was Atetokunbo, who nearly made it 30-20 with 30 points, 19 rebounds and four assists. It was a feat he had only accomplished three times in the previous season.

But all eyes were on Middleton. For the second time in six years, Middleton recorded a career-high in assists. On the night, Middleton recorded a triple-double with 11 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists. In 2018, he recorded his first career triple-double with 23 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 assists.

With the win, Milwaukee solidified its hold on second place and opened up a three-game lead over third-place Cleveland. With the loss, Oklahoma City (49-21) slipped out of the race for the top spot with first-place Denver (50-21).

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