Milwaukee Bucks defeat New York Knicks, 83-67

New York — For those of you scoring at home, make that four consecutive road victories for the Milwaukee Bucks and five victories in their last six games away from home.

Not bad.

But, warned coach Scott Skiles and his merry band of road warriors after their 83-67 victory over the New York Knicks Monday night at Madison Square Garden, let's not get too carried away yet.

"We still have a long way to go," said center Andrew Bogut, who did the heavy lifting for the Bu...

 

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Center Andrew Bogut recorded the Bucks' eighth 20-point, 20-rebound game since the 1986-'87 season and he's had three of those games. It was the 14th 20-rebound night by a Bucks player since '86-'87, and Bogut has had the most with five. "I just wanted to get in the flow," said Bogut. "The last couple games my offensive touches were pretty crappy. Tonight I got gong early and made some early buckets and got some offensive rebounds. I felt like I wa...