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Malcolm Brogdon drills game-winner in Bucks’ 109-107 win over San Antonio

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The Milwaukee Bucks hadn’t won a game in San Antonio since 2008, but that was before they drafted Virginia grad Malcolm Brogdon.

With the Bucks trailing the Spurs 107-105, Brogdon drilled the go-ahead three-pointer with 1:08 remaining. He would sink a free-throw down the stretch to seal a 109-107 win to put the team over .500 at 19-18.

Here’s the game-winner, which came off a nice assist from Michael Beasley:

And here’s the post-game interview with the always-humble Brogdon:

Malcolm Brogdon finished the game with 17 points on 5-11 shooting (3-5 from behind the arc) to go with 6 rebounds, 6 assists, a block and just one turnover. He’s scored in double-figures in 7 consecutive games.

Here’s more on how Brogdon has impressed as he has moved into a starting role in Milwaukee.