A fourth-quarter rally sent the Milwaukee Bucks past the Sacramento Kings 123-111 on Monday night at Fiserv Forum.
Milwaukee won behind 28 points each from Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe. Middleton added 11 rebounds and eight assists in a near-triple double effort.
Brook Lopez added 20 points for the Bucks, who played without Giannis Antetokounmpo. Antetokounmpo was given the night off for the birth of his first child, Liam.
Former Bucks second-overall pick Jabari Parker did not play in the game for the Kings, nor did the newest member of the Bucks, Marvin Williams.
Milwaukee's final game before the All-Star break is Wednesday at Indiana. The Bucks have won five in a row, still six games up on the Toronto Raptors, who have won 15 straight contests. Indiana has lost six straight, but still holds a six-game advantage on the #6 seed in the Eastern Conference.
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