the Milwaukee Bucks (12-5) orchestrated a remarkable comeback against the Portland Trail Blazers (4-12), securing a 108-102 victory and showcasing their resilience on the court.

Giannis Antetokounmpo, the driving force behind the Bucks’ turnaround, expressed his pride in the team’s ability to overcome adversity and clinch the win.

The two-time MVP delivered a stellar performance, contributing 33 points, 16 rebounds, and six assists.

Facing a daunting 81-55 deficit early in the third quarter, the Bucks mounted an extraordinary comeback, marking the largest deficit overcome by a winning team in the NBA this season.

This victory stands as Milwaukee’s most significant come-from-behind triumph since November 26, 2012, when they rallied from 27 points down to beat the Chicago Bulls 93-92.

Antetokounmpo’s tiebreaking tip-in with just 18.5 seconds left in the game solidified the Bucks’ victory, capping off a stellar individual performance.

“I’m extremely proud of the group tonight. No matter if we face adversity we can come back and win the game. That’s a good habit we are building now,” Antetokounmpo tweeted, emphasizing the team’s growing resilience.