Eric Bledsoe, Giannis Antetokounmpo show off potential in Bucks win

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SAN ANTONIO — Knees wrapped tight in ice, Eric Bledsoe held back laughter when pondering the prospect of tossing alley-oops full time to new teammate Giannis Antetokounmpo.

That would be so “easy,” which was a word uttered frequently Friday by the Milwaukee Bucks to describe what it’s like to play with their newest acquisition after a 94-87 win over the San Antonio Spurs.

“As a coach, you want that every night,” Bucks coach Jason Kidd said. “We know it’s hard to do. But I thought the intensity, I thought Eric gave us a little life there; his speed there in that first half I think makes the game a lot easier for everybody. For the first time playing together, I thought they did a great job.”

Making his Milwaukee debut after being acquired by the team Tuesday through a trade with the Phoenix Suns, Bledsoe played 28 minutes against the Spurs and scored 13 points to go with seven assists and three turnovers.

Bledsoe and Antetokounmpo provided one of

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