So far, so good with the Milwaukee Bucks' small forward rotation. Tobias Harris and Mike Dunleavy give the Bucks decidedly different looks at the position, a combination that helped the team claim victories against Boston and Cleveland on the season's opening week. On Friday night in Boston, Harris showed energy and efficiency on the way to an 18-point, six-rebound performance. In the home opener Saturday night, Harris struggled with early fouls and was limited to four points and three rebounds in 13 minutes. But super-sub Dunleavy rode to the Bucks' rescue against a determined Cavaliers team. How do 29 points, 12 rebounds and six assists sound? That was Dunleavy's line against Cleveland, along with 10-of-12 shooting and 6 of 7 from beyond the three-point arc. "It was one of those nights," Bucks coach Scott Skiles said. "We saw them last year, more than a few, where he just gets in a zone like that and you feel every time he lets it go, it's going to go in."
Harris-Dunleavy rotation works for Bucks
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Nov 5