Allow me to introduce one of the hottest teams in the entire NBA: the Milwaukee Bucks.
After a dominating 120-98 win over the Golden State Warriors on Friday night, the Bucks have now won five straight games and scored at least 105 points in all of them. This was also Milwaukee's third consecutive game with 30 or more assists, dishing out 33 against the Warriors just one game after setting the best mark for any NBA team this season with 38 on Wednesday against Cleveland.
"Our guys have pretty much the whole season done a nice job of that, trying to play unselfishly," coach Scott Skiles said after the game on "Bucks Live" on FOX Sports Wisconsin. "It's something we put a lot of emphasis on, do a lot of work on and guys are doing it. The ball moves around, we tend to find the open man and we're getting better at it."
Making all of those assists even more impressive was that Milwaukee had only eight turnovers in Golden State.
The win improved the Bucks to 20-24 this season and kept...