(WNFL) - Just two days after beating Boston, the Milwaukee Bucks are getting ready to face the Celtics again tomorrow night -- this time, at T-D Bank Garden. Milwaukee ended an 11-game losing streak on Saturday night with a seven-point home win over Boston. Much of the credit goes to the Bucks' two youngest forwards, rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo (yah-niss an-teh-toe-koom'-po) from Greece and second-year pro John Henson. The 18-year-old Antetokounmpo had 10 points and seven rebounds on Saturday. He played just over 40 minutes in his previous two games due to injuries to Caron Butler and Ersan Ilyasova. Antetokounmpo has long arms, and the Celtics' Jared Sullinger says he knows how to use them. Bucks' coach Larry Drew said Antetokounmpo's skill level is higher than what you normally see in a rookie. Henson had his first double-double on Saturday night, with a season-high 13 rebounds and 13 points against Boston.
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