Bucks fall in overtime to Hawks 136-135

Milwaukee rolled out a short-handed lineup on Sunday in Atlanta, jumping out to a huge lead before falling on a last-second basket to the Hawks as the Bucks lost in overtime 136-135 on Sunday.

Milwaukee didn't dress Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton, or several other players for the contest. Brook Lopez was the only regular starter who started against the Hawks.

Sterling Brown's career-high 27 points led the Bucks, who along with the Hawks set the NBA record for most combined three-point attempts in one game. Seven of the eight Bucks who suited up for the game scored in double figures.

Trae Young hit the game-winning shot for Atlanta, and he finished with 12 points. Justin Anderson led the Hawks with 24 points.

Milwaukee's three-game road trip continues Monday night in Brooklyn.

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