Bucks extend streak to a season-high seven games with victory over Timberwolves
Milwaukee's Tony Snell dives for the loose ball as Minnesota's Andrew Wiggins tries to catch up. AP

THE Bucks extended their season-high win streak to six with a 102-95 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday in Milwaukee (Sunday, Manila time).

Tony Snell showed the way for the Bucks, who started the fourth with an 11-4 run to take an 87-79 lead en route to their 32nd win in 65 outings.

Seven Bucks scored in double figures, with Snell delivering 19.

Giannis Antetokounmpo had 18 points, Matt Dellavedova scored 16, while Greg Monroe came off the bench to chip in with 12.

The Timberwolves saw their win streak end at two, even as Karl Anthony Towns again came up with a fine performance, delivering a huge double-double.

Towns scored 35 on 14 of 21 shooting, while also pulling down 14 rebounds.

Ricky Rubio had 22 points and made eight assists for Minnesota, which suffered its 38th loss in 65 games.

Andrew Wiggins striggled, making just three of 13 field goal attempts and finishing with 11 points.

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