By Brady Haupt
A Bucks team that was full of confidence after winning eight of their last nine games ran into the league’s best team and the results weren’t what the Bucks were hoping for. The Warriors fought off a slow start and were able to easily put away the young Bucks 117-92. The Bucks (34-35) were paced by rookie Malcolm Brogdon who had 18. Defending league MVP Steph Curry had 28-points for the Warriors (55-14) on six 3-pointers. The Bucks will look to rebound in Portland Tuesday.