The Milwaukee Bucks will need to stick to their defensive assignments against the top assists team in the league when they take on the San Antonio Spurs (25.1 APG) at BMO Harris Bradley Center. With a quarter of the season down, the Bucks are 11 games below .500 and currently hold a 5-16 record. On the opposite side, the Spurs have been playing at a high level and sport a record of 16-4. This game is scheduled to start at 8:00 pm EST and it will be covered by FSN-SW and FSN-WIS.
The Bucks come into today's game after topping Chicago, 78-74. John Henson played a pivotal role, recording his third double-double on the year with 25 points and 14 rebounds. Meanwhile, the Spurs are coming off a win against the Raptors, 116-103. Manu Ginobili was the team's top scorer, recording 16 points.
The inefficient offense of Milwaukee (30th in the NBA with an offensive efficiency of 94.7) will square off against the elite defense of San Antonio (third in the league with a defensive efficiency of 101.1). The Spurs figure to have the advantage on that end of the court.