From the very beginning, the Milwaukee Bucks had complete control of a contest against a one-win Philadelphia 76ers team.
The Bucks' entire first quarter was essentially a run - a 30-12 run en route to a 17-point advantage after one quarter.
They used that to coast to a 113-100 win Wednesday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
All five Bucks starter scored in double figures, led by Giannis Antetokounmpo with 22 points.
There were points in the contest where the Bucks had fewer missed shots than the Sixers had total turnovers.
That is how dominant Milwaukee was at times before coasting in the late going.
Milwaukee next hosts Toronto on Saturday at 4 p.m.
620WTMJ's Jay Sorgi reviews the win in our video player.