The Milwaukee Bucks won their second consecutive game in convincing fashion Wednesday night, dispatching the Indiana Pacers, 130-110. The game was a rare reunion of three brothers in the same game, as Indiana's Justin and Aaron Holiday met their middle brother, Jrue, at Fiserv Forum.
Family pleasantries aside, Milwaukee raced out to an early lead and then downshifted into cruise control for the garbage time that became the entire fourth quarter. All five starters and two bench players scored in double digits for the Bucks (13-8), who led 68-51 at halftime and 106-72 after three quarters. Milwaukee was led by Giannis Antetokounmpo's triple-double (21 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 assists) and Bryn Forbes' 20 points in reserve.
Indiana's Domantas Sabonis led all scorers with 33 points in a losing effort. Former Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon chipped in 12 points for the Pacers (12-10).
The Bucks now hit the road for two in a row at Cleveland Friday and Saturday.