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DETROIT — — Cheap Giannis Antetokounmpo Jersey had 22 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, and the Cheap Milwaukee Bucks Jerseys easily beat the Cheap Detroit Pistons Jerseys for the third time this month, 110-101 on Wednesday night.

The Bucks built a commanding early lead with a barrage of 3-pointers. Cheap Brook Lopez Jersey connected three times from beyond the arc in the first quarter, when the Bucks were 7 of 11 from long distance. Detroit was just 4 of 20 overall in the period and trailed 27-13 after one.

That pattern continued through much of the second quarter. At one point, Milwaukee led 52-29 and had more 3-pointers (11) than Detroit had field goals (9).

The Pistons cut the deficit to 11 at halftime but never seemed like a serious threat to overtake Milwaukee. Cheap Jerami Grant Jersey led Detroit with 22 points and Svi Mykhailiuk added 18.

It was the 20th career triple-double for Antetokounmpo. Cheap Jrue Holiday Jersey added 21 points for the Bucks.

Milwaukee beat Detroit 125-115 on Jan. 4 and 130-115 two days later.

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Bucks: Milwaukee has won three straight and six of seven. … The Bucks finished 19 of 43 from 3-point range. … Lopez didn’t score after those early 3s. He had nine points and 11 rebounds.

Pistons: Detroit fell to 2-9, but its margins of defeat have remained reasonably respectable. That 15-point loss to Milwaukee was the most lopsided of the season for the Pistons. … Detroit had a 20-7 advantage in second-chance points.

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Bucks: Host the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night.

Pistons: Detroit’s game against Washington on Friday night was called off because of contact tracing issues with the Wizards. The Pistons are scheduled to play at Miami on Saturday night.

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The Cheap Indiana Pacers Jerseys acquired 6-6 wing Caris LeVert on Wednesday in a multiteam deal that sent Victor Oladipo to the Houston Rockets and James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets. LeVert was the 20th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft by the Pacers and immediately traded to the Brooklyn Nets for Thad Young.

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He had been a Net all along
LeVert is in his fifth season, all with the Brooklyn Nets. He made an impact as a rookie, starting 26 games and averaging 8.1 points. He steadily increased his output through his first four seasons, averaging 18.7 points last season. He has also averaged 3.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.1 steals over his career.

Caris LeVert can fill it up
LeVert hit 15-of-23 shots from the field, including 7-of-9 3-pointers, in a 43-point outburst on Jan. 8 in a loss to Memphis. He has had at least 10 assists on two occasions this season.

LeVert makes impression in the bubble
He earned second-team “all-bubble” honors for his play last summer. In six games, he averaged 25 points, 6.7 assists, 5 rebounds and 1.5 steals as one of the few healthy Nets. He had 37- and 34-point performances.

Caris LeVert is under contract for a while
LeVert’s salary cap hit is $16.2 million for this season, $17.5 million for next season and $18.8 million for 2022-23, according to Spotrac.

How Caris LeVert became ‘Baby Durant’
LeVert earned the nickname “Baby Durant” at Michigan. This is how he got it, according to ESPN’s Zach Lowe:

“He wowed the team immediately, staffers recall, and John Beilein, Michigan’s coach, offered a scholarship. The team viewed him as a deep bench player and discussed redshirting him; he was behind five future NBA draft picks. But LeVert was so good in practice, coaches quickly slotted him into the rotation.

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“He was the team’s best one-on-one player, staffers recalled, regularly working (Tim) Hardaway Jr., Cheap Nik Stauskas Jersey, Trey Burke and other future pros with a herky-jerky style that flummoxed them. Teammates and coaches nicknamed him ‘Baby Durant.”

“At Michigan, players couldn’t access the gym without a manager after certain hours. Staffers remember LeVert sheepishly calling managers after midnight, asking them if they might let him in. They always did, and stayed past 2 a.m.”

Oddly enough, LeVert and Durant were Nets teammates for 12 games.

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There’s a multimillion-dollar question looming over the NBA that only Cheap Giannis Antetokounmpo Jersey has the answer to.

However, the Bucks superstar didn’t put to bed any speculation on his long-term future in Milwaukee on Wednesday, instead saying that he will put faith in his agent and the team’s front office to reach a potential supermax contract extension.

“I’m not focused on that,” Antetokounmpo said. “I know my agent, Alex [Saratsis], and [Bucks general manager] Jon Horst and the Bucks ownership are focusing on those discussions, but I’m just trying to focus on myself — how I can get better, how I can help my teammates get better, how can we be ready Saturday to play our first preseason game?”

Antetokounmpo has until Dec. 21 to sign a five-year, $228 million supermax extension.

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On Wednesday, he wouldn’t go into the details of his process, though he admitted that “it’s probably one of the big decisions that I’m gonna make.” He could play out the season in Milwaukee and enter free agency as an unrestricted free agent next summer, or he could sign the same deal with the Bucks next offseason.

One thing is for sure: His communication with his agent will remain private.

“I think about everything,” he said. “I think about Milwaukee. I think about my teammates. I think about my family. I think about what’s the best decision for me, but that’s pretty much it. Then, after that, I realize that I’ve got so far because I’ve focused on how I can improve every single day.

“I love the city of Milwaukee. I love the organization. I love my family to death. I love winning, but at the end of the day, I wouldn’t be in this situation if I wasn’t working hard, I wasn’t winning games, I wasn’t improving every day and I didn’t have this mentality.

“So I can’t change who I am, I cannot change this mentality, and I’m gonna focus on improving, and day by day, everything’s gonna take care of itself. You guys probably are gonna know what’s going on before I do. That’s what usually happens. You guys know more than me.”

On Sunday, Antetokounmpo celebrated his 26th birthday as the Bucks began group workouts, with teammates surprising him with pens — indirectly suggesting the decision they want him to reach.

“At first, I didn’t get it. Khris [Middleton] came in and gave me a pen, and I was like, ‘Whoa, what is this?’ I was looking at it and thinking about it, and then I realized that he wanted me to sign the contract,” said Antetokounmpo, who is coming off a season in which he joined Michael Jordan and Hakeem Olajuwon as the only players in league history to win MVP and Defensive Player of the Year awards in the same season. “And it was just like, ‘OK.’ I laughed the first time, I laughed the second time, the third time, and then I got, like, 20 pens. So then it got a little bit old. I’ve got 20 pens in my locker room.”

Entering the 2019-20 season, Antetokounmpo also avoided all free-agency talk on Media Day, calling it “disrespectful toward my teammates talking about my free agency and what I’m going through.” His approach wasn’t much different Wednesday, as he said he’d rather keep all questions basketball-related moving forward because “the answer is still going to be the same.”

“I’m not trying to speed up the process. I’m not trying to be involved in that,” Antetokounmpo said. “Obviously, it’s something that stresses every player out, and it’s on my mind, but it’s not on my mind. I try to put it out of my mind.”

Despite having the NBA’s best regular-season record the past two years, Milwaukee has yet to reach the NBA Finals since the 1973-74 campaign. The Bucks added a new cast of players in recent weeks, acquiring former All-Star point guard Cheap Jrue Holiday Jersey via trade and adding Cheap Torrey Craig Jersey, Cheap D.J. Augustin Jersey, Cheap Bryn Forbes Jersey and Cheap Bobby Portis Jersey. They’re also bringing back all-NBA Defensive Second Team center Cheap Brook Lopez Jersey with guards Cheap Pat Connaughton Jersey and Cheap Donte DiVincenzo Jersey, who likely will be part of the starting five in his third season.

“All the guys we got, they can help the team,” Antetokounmpo said. “They can defend, but having Holiday on the team is big-time. He’s a great leader, he’s a great human being, he can defend, he can score the ball. He’s going to bring that edge on this team that we need.”

Milwaukee was eliminated by the Miami Heat in five games in the Eastern Conference semifinals in the NBA bubble in Orlando, Florida. This season, Antetokounmpo won’t put any additional pressure on himself or the team.

“I don’t believe it’s a championship-or-bust situation,” Antetokounmpo said. “Obviously, everybody wants to win a championship. I want to win a championship. There’s nobody that wants to win a championship more than me — I can guarantee you that. But there’s steps to that. You’ve got to keep improving. You’ve got to keep getting better, and hopefully we can get there this year.”