MILWAUKEE -- The machine that is the San Antonio Spurs rolled on Wednesday night, quickly and efficiently taking care of the Milwaukee Bucks at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Setting the tone from the opening tip, the Spurs simply were too good for the shorthanded and struggling Milwaukee Bucks. San Antonio led the entire way and by as many as 38 in a 109-77 victory, handing Milwaukee its worst loss of the season.
"They are a really good basketball team," Bucks coach Larry Drew said. "I don't think there's any way to cut it. If you look at the beginning of the game, the first two or three minutes, they were just on pace and on target with everything they did."
The Bucks had to start fast and bring energy from the start to have any chance to knock off the defending Western Conference champions Wednesday night. But like they have all year in the second half of back-to-backs, the Bucks were sluggish and got buried quickly.
San Antonio rode Tim Duncan and Tony Parker for 19 points t...