Monroe finished with 25 points and 13 rebounds and Beasley chipped in 23 points, four assists and three rebounds.
Andre Drummond had 21 points and 12 rebounds, while Jon Leuer also had a double-double with 15 and 11. Sitting at the BMO Harris Bradley Center was something he rarely did last season, with his 48 bench minutes on Monday almost equaling the amount of time he sat during Marquette's nine Big East home games (49 minutes). If you need a forward, Beasley looks like a nice fantasy pickup right now. Then, on Sunday, Giannis Antetokounmpo - the Bucks' first All-Star selection since Michael Redd in 2004 - will start for the East in the 66th NBA All-Star Game.
"We have 14 guys ready every night", said Beasley, who topped 20 points for the second time this season.
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Milwaukee's lone all-star selection Giannis Antetokounmpo leads the team in points-per-game (23.2). "Fourteen guys ready to play at a high level". Monroe started off hot, too, making his first seven shots and scored 13 in the first half as Milwaukee built a 51-34 lead. Against the Pacers on Saturday, 19-year-old rookie center Thon Maker tied his career-high with 12 points. When they don't force turnovers, they haven't been very good defensively, and we turned the ball over. When you step onto the floor, you've just got to be ready for whatever. "Those are the games we have to win". The Nets were plagued by two lengthy scoring droughts in the first and second quarters and allowed Memphis point guard Mike Conley to score 11 straight points down the stretch. "Tonight, I don't think we were as mentally focused as we needed to be". It wasn't enough to challenge the Bucks, who hit 9 of 14 shots in the final quarter. These two have split the first two meetings of the season, both in Detroit.
"We've been close", Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson said.
Milwaukee took advantage of a stagnant Pistons defense and exploded for a 16-4 run early on in the second quarter, granting them an early double-digit lead.