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Giannis has 24-19-15, Bucks' run now 6

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MILWAUKEE (AP) The Milwaukee crowd greeted Carmelo Anthony with a loud ovation when the 10-time All-Star was introduced before the game. It cheered louder after the Bucks extended their winning streak to six straight.

Giannis Antetokounmpo had his second triple-double of the season and Milwaukee beat Anthony and the short-handed Portland Trail Blazers 137-129 on Thursday night.

"Giannis is Giannis," Anthony said about the reining MVP. "He's a tough check. I thought tonight we actually did a pretty good job. Even though he had a triple-double, when you look at that, it's like `Oh, he had a hell of a game.' But I thought, for the most part, we were back on him. We loaded up on him. He got some and-1s, he got going a little bit. ... He found some guys, they made some 3s, kind of opened the game up."


Assists per game
Rank Name APG
1 L. James, LAL11.1
2 L. Doncic, Dal9.4
3 T. Young, Atl8.6
4 M. Brogdon, Ind8.2
5 R. Rubio, Pho8.1
6 J. Teague, Min7.6
7 B. Simmons, Phi7.6
8 F. VanVleet, Tor7.6
9 J. Harden, Hou7.5
10 J. Holiday, NO7.5
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Steals Per Game
Rank Name SPG
1 J. Butler, Mia2.70
2 B. Simmons, Phi2.17
3 K. Dunn, Chi2.13
4 J. Holiday, NO2.08
5 C. Paul, OKC2.00
6 F. VanVleet, Tor1.86
7t B. Adebayo, Mia1.69
7t P. Beverley, LAC1.69
7t T. Young, Atl1.69
10 J. Harden, Hou1.67
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