The Milwaukee Bucks remained on their groove to dismantle the Indiana Pacers, 119-100, to claim their 53rd win of the season.
Giannis Antetokoumnpo led the balance swag of the Bucks with his double-double of 29 points and 12 rebounds followed by the 20 markers of fellow All-star Khris Middleton.
Three more Bucks players scored in double-digits to maintain their best record in the NBA (53-9)
They dominated the glass and the assists department to assert its mastery over the 37-25 (win-lose) Pacers squad.
T.J. Warren led Indiana with 18 points followed by Domantas Sabonis’ 15 markers and 10 boards.
The Bucks then will be facing the second-best team in the entire standings the Los Angeles Lakers on their next assignment.