7 p.m. FSN, WCCO-AM
Preview: The 15-15 Bucks have won two of their past three games after thumping the Pistons 119-94 in Detroit on Wednesday. It was their third consecutive victory by 25 or more points, the first time a Milwaukee team has done that since 1987. These Bucks also beat Washington at home 123-96 and won 95-69 in Chicago. … The Bucks swept last season’s two-game series and have won the past four meetings after the Wolves had won the four before that. The Bucks won 95-85 at Target Center Jan. 2 and 116-101 at home March 4.
Players to watch: Bucks young star Giannis Antetokounmpo is averaging career highs in points (23.4 ppg), rebounds (9.0), assists (5.9) and blocks (1.8) and is the NBA’s only player who is averaging at least 20 points, 9.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists, 2.0 steals and 1.5 blocks. … Drafted second in 2014 after Cleveland took Andrew Wiggins first, Bucks forward Jabari Parker’s 31-point game at Detroit was his third 30-point game this season. He also had a career-high seven assists in that game. … Former Wolves forward Michael Beasley is back from a foot injury and has come off the Bucks’ bench the past two games.
Injuries: Bucks F Mirza Teletovic (concussion) is questionable, F Khris Middleton (hamstring surgery) and former Robbinsdale Cooper High School G Rashad Vaughn (ankle sprain) are out.