Lifeless and stagnant to start for the second consecutive game, the Milwaukee Bucks found themselves buried in yet another big first-half hole.
Be it because of the quality of opponent or finding some energy quicker, Monday’s comeback was completed. Brandon Knight scored the first nine points of the fourth quarter to put the Bucks in front for good in a 105-98 victory over Orlando at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Milwaukee had an 18-point deficit down to just three when Knight took over.
“I just wanted to come out and be aggressive, be strong and attack the basket,” Knight said. “I know I missed a lot of easy ones early. My teammates put me in a great position to attack the basket by setting good screens.