It's only been two games, but Monta Ellis and Ekpe Udoh have turned the already-hot Milwaukee Bucks into a dominant team.
Tuesday night in Portland, Ellis helped the Bucks cruise to another decisive road victory, beating the Trail Blazers, 116-87. That is the sixth straight win for Milwaukee, the longest streak in the NBA.
"We're 2-0 with them in the lineup, so we'll take it," coach Scott Skiles said after the game on "Bucks Live" on FOX Sports Wisconsin.
In the Bucks' two wins in this short road trip, they outscored Golden State and Portland by a total of 51 points. In both games, Milwaukee had six players score in double figures.
The 29-point win over the Blazers was the fourth consecutive road win for the Bucks. It was also the first victory in Portland since 2006.
In this winning streak for Milwaukee, the team's offense has been nearly flawless. They have scored at least 105 points in each game and are doing so by distributing the ball very efficiently. Tuesday's win was th...