Finally, a victory.

The Milwaukee Bucks brought an energetic performance to their home court on Saturday night and halted their 11-game losing streak with a 92-85 victory over the Boston Celtics at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

O.J. Mayo led the way for the Bucks (3-13) with 22 points while point guard Brandon Knight finished with 20 points, nine rebounds and eight assists.

John Henson, getting a start at center, contributed 13 points and 13 rebounds. Ekpe Udoh added nine points and 10 rebounds as the starting power forward, taking the place of an injured Ersan Ilyasova.

And rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo gave the Bucks a jolt in both halves and had 10 points, seven rebounds and four assists in 27 productive minutes.

Jared Sullinger led Boston (7-12) with 21 points and 14 rebounds and Jordan Crawford and Jeff Green added 18 points apiece.

The Bucks had to fend off a Celtics rally in the final minutes as Boston cut the deficit to 88-81 on a three-pointer by Green with 1:29 left.

But Knight scored a layup on an assist from Mayo with 54.9 seconds left to give the Bucks a 90-81 lead and that was enough.

Before the game Bucks coach Larry Drew said Antetokounmpo would play more due to an injury that sidelined Caron Butler.

And the rookie from Greece took full advantage of the extra minutes. His spectacular block of a shot by Crawford in the second quarter led to a fast break and a one-handed slam on the other end by Antetokounmpo off a pass from Luke Ridnour.