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Kristaps Porzingis threw down yet another putback dunk on Sunday against the Bucks. This time, he came from the other side of the rim.

By SI Wire
January 10, 2016

Kristaps Porzingis threw down yet another putback dunk on Sunday against the Bucks. This time, he came from the other side of the rim.

Late in the third quarter, Porzingis caught a Robin Lopez miss with one hand and threw down a putback jam. It gave the Knicks a 60–49 lead. Then, he ran down the floor and blocked a shot.

Porzingis finished with 15 points on 5-of-11 shooting, six rebounds and five blocks in a 100–88 victory. New York has won five of its last seven games and improved to 19–20. The Knicks have already surpasses their win total of 17 from last season.

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Greg Monroe led Milwaukee, who fell to 15–24, with a game-high 28 points.

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