In the third quarter it looked like the Milwaukee Bucks were on their way to their fifth loss in a row, then things changed decisively. Mistake-prone Philadelphia wound up turning the ball over 26 times as the Bucks came charging from behind to win 118-110 Sunday afternoon. Giannis Atetokounmpo led all scorers with 35 points. Eric Bledsoe added another 22. Philadelphia held an 86-72 third-quarter lead when the Bucks scored 21 points in a row — 14 by Antetokounmpo. Philadelphia cut the lead to four at 102-98, but never got closer. Milwaukee remains in seventh place in the Eastern Conference standings, a half-game behind the 76ers. The Bucks play at Indiana tonight (Monday night).