The Milwaukee Bucks get a convincing 112-87 victory at Sacramento. The Bucks pulled away with a 20-3 run midway through the second period and led by 27 at halftime. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 19 of his 32 points in the third quarter, and he said the Bucks played a tight defense while coach Jason Kidd credited an improved offense that shared the ball. The Bucks had 26 assists and showed patience in finding open shots as Milwaukee did not get any second chance points — and Eric Bledsoe scored 21 while Khris Middleton had 12 after coming back from an illness, as the Bucks won for the second time in their last five games and improved to 2-1 on their Western road trip. Garrett Temple scored 18 for Sacramento, which dropped to 6-15 on the year, while Milwaukee improved to 10-9 and will play at Portland tomorrow (Thursday) night.