BUCKS ROUNDUP: Bucks come back from a 25-point deficit, but Knicks prevail in opener
The Milwaukee Bucks came back from a 25-point deficit last night, but lost their season opener at New York 90-83. The Knicks out-scored the Bucks 32-to-13 in the second quarter to go up by 25 at the break. Milwaukee pulled to within 10 going into the fourth quarter -- and John Henson gave the Bucks a one-point lead by making one-of-two free throws with 3:13 left. The Knicks finished the game on a 10-to-2 run to secure their victory.