Last-gasp Khris Middleton three-pointer earns victory for Milwaukee Bucks

Last-gasp Khris Middleton three-pointer earns victory for Milwaukee Bucks

Last-gasp Khris Middleton three-pointer earns victory for Milwaukee Bucks

Jabari Parker and Zach Levine each had 24 for the Bulls. The Bucks stormed back and scored 78 points in the second half, outscoring Chicago by 37 points and winning by 19. That lead would evaporate in the second quarter, however, as it did not take long for the Bucks to bounce back and take a 63-62 lead into the half.

Wednesday's script followed closely what happened in the earlier game, at least in the first quarter.

Henson hurt the wrist in a game against the Portland Trail Blazers on November 6 and while he managed to play in three more games, he told the Bucks' medical staff he was experiencing "discomfort". "The plan is to have him for a full-contact practice again (Thursday in Detroit)", coach Fred Hoiberg said.

The Milwaukee Bucks are hopeful to get center John Henson back on the floor by the playoffs or even before then, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Parker signed with the Bulls last offseason after spending his first four National Basketball Association seasons with the Bucks. "He's had a great couple weeks for us", Hoiberg said. "It's exciting." Markkanen, an all-NBA rookie first-team selection last season, has missed the first 22 games. "We're very tough to guard when he rebounds the ball and pushes it with pace".

Bucks: Veteran forward Ersan Ilyasova returned after missing two games with right knee soreness.

Milwaukee Bucks: Player grades from 110-107 loss to Charlotte Hornets (read here): Adam McGee handed out grades for the Bucks' inidividual performances, head coach Mike Budenholzer and what the Hornets had to offer in the Bucks' sixth loss of the season.

Milwaukee Bucks forward John Henson had successful surgery Tuesday to fix a torn ligament in his left wrist, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. The surgery, which was performed by Dr. Michelle Carlson at the Hospital for Special Surgery in NY, was supervised by Bucks team physician Dr. William Raasch.

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