The New York Knicks provided the perfect cure for Milwaukee’s struggling offense Tuesday night, surrendering 41 first-quarter points en route to a lopsided 107-80 loss to the Bucks in NBA action Tuesday night.
The 107 points was the most scored by Milwaukee (3-5) in any of its eight games this season, and only the second time the Bucks have scored at least 100 points. The Knicks fell to 3-4 with the loss.
Brandon Jennings led a balanced Milwaukee attack with 19 points and six assists. Drew Gooden finished with 17 points for Milwaukee, which had dropped three of four coming into the contest. Corey Maggette donated 14 points in the victory.
Amare Stoudemire went for 19 points and Wilson Chandler had 11 for the Knicks. Raymond Felton ended with 10 points and eight assists for New York.
— The Sports Network contributed to this report