The Milwaukee Bucks still have a lot of season left, and as February begins, they are paying their best basketball of the season.
Saturday night in Cleveland, the Bucks cruised to their second win in a many nights along the shores of Lake Erie, 124-99 the final score from Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse. Milwaukee (15-8) was led by two-time NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo's 24 points and 11 rebounds, while teammates Jrue Holliday and Khris Middleton each chipped in 20. For Cleveland, Andre Drummond's 28 points and 11 rebounds led his club in both categories.
Milwaukee's six-game road trip is already off to a perfect 2-0 start, while the Cavaliers (10-14) have been struggling as of late, losing their third consecutive game and fifth time in their last six games.
With their victory over Cleveland for the second consecutive night, the Bucks match their longest winning streak of the season at four. They are next in action Monday night at Denver.