The Milwaukee Bucks overcame the Detroit Pistons for the 10th time since the start of last season, picking up a 13th straight win overall.
Tougher tests may now lie on the horizon for the Milwaukee Bucks, but their own play is offering no real indication that they’re set to slow down any time soon.
The Bucks hit the road for a very short trip on Wednesday night, both in terms of duration and distance traveled, and brushed aside a highly irritable Detroit Pistons squad with minimal fuss.
Milwaukee may not have been able to become the first team in NBA history to win three straight games by 40 points or more, but a 24-point win is still nothing to turn your nose up at.
With that, the Bucks have now won 13 consecutive games, their best such run since 1973, and also impressive is their 10-0 record against the division rival Detroit Pistons since the start of last season.
On this occasion, a stellar two-way performance from the team, along with more individual brilliance from Giannis Antetokounmpo combined to make all of that a reality.
With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at some of the key takeaways from Milwaukee’s win in Detroit.