MILWAUKEE — Handed a box score in the locker room, Nikola Jokic skimmed over the stats, crumpled up the piece of paper and casually under-hand tossed it onto the floor.
With a garbage-time 3-pointer, the Nuggets extended an impressive streak Monday night — but there was nothing impressive about their performance in a 112-95 loss to the Bucks at Fiserv Forum.
Giannis Antetokounmpo dominated with 36 points, 18 rebounds, five assists, three blocks and two steals. He scored his first 26 in the first half and shot 14 of 19 to avenge Milwaukee’s recent loss at Ball Arena, which debuted the Bucks’ Doc Rivers era.
Meanwhile, Collin Gillespie’s three with 48 seconds left ensured that Denver avoided consecutive 20-point losses for the first time in the Jokic and Michael Malone era. It…
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