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Milwaukee Bucks stomp Golden State Warriors, keep 'building good habits' vs. elite teams


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(2:01)MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Bucks delivered another statement win Thursday night with a 118-99 thumping of the Golden State Warriors, continuing their trend of being at their best this season when matched up against other likely title contenders.The Bucks blitzed the Warriors from the start, jumping out to a 39-point halftime lead, Golden State's largest halftime deficit since the franchise moved from Philadelphia.In the past week, the Bucks have won handily against the Warriors and Brooklyn Nets -- whom they also beat on opening night in Milwaukee -- a pair of teams they could see on the path to attempt to repeat as NBA champions."I don't know why we play well in big games, but at the end of the day we've got to just keep building good habits moving forward," said Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo, who finished with 30 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in 30 minutes. Even when the Warriors forced him into a pass, he routinely made the right read -- the Bucks shot 11 of 16 (30 points) off Antetokounmpo's passes, according to research by ESPN Stats & Information."My mindset is, I have something I'm going to take it.

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