Sacramento led the Milwaukee Bucks by two points after three periods, then the Bucks went to work. Led by 28 points apiece from Eric Bledsoe and Khris Middleton, Milwaukee took a 123-111 decision over the Kings last night.
The Bucks were playing without new father Giannis Antetokounmpo, who announced the birth of his son on Twitter before the game. Down 90-88, Milwaukee scored the first 13 points of the fourth period. Brook Lopez scored 20 as the Bucks improved their NBA-best record to 46-and-7.
The team signed forward Marvin Williams earlier in the day while waiving Dragan Bender.
Milwaukee travels to Indianapolis for a game Wednesday.
Source: Learfield Wire Services