When Golden State needed him, forward Kevin Durant came through in a 108-94 win at Milwaukee.
The Bucks wiped out several deficits and even held an 82-80 lead, but were killed by shooting 25 percent in the fourth period. Golden State held a four-point lead and the Bucks seemed to have the momentum early in that period when Durant scored five straight points. The Warriors were playing without sharp-shooting Steph Curry. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 23 points to lead Milwaukee and Eric Bledsoe had another 21. Durant topped all scorers with 26. Milwaukee plays at Miami against the Heat Sunday.