Andrew Bogut just keeps getting better

Andrew Bogut extended his NBA hot streak with 21 points and 14 rebounds as his Milwaukee Bucks snapped Dallas Mavericks’ 12-game winning sequence.

The Australia centre’s standout performance in the 103-99 away win came just two days after he notched the NBA’s first 20 points-20 rebounds-five blocks effort of the season with 24-22-5 in a 97-91 win over Houston Rockets.

And it was only five days ago that Bogut tipped in the winner on the buzzer to cap a 17 points, 11 rebounds effort in the Bucks’ 97-95 win over Indiana Pacers.

The big Boomers star showed again that he’s put the back spasm problems that had grounded him for five matches behind him.

Bogut had plenty of help against Dallas with teammate Brandon Jennings adding 23 points and 10 assists as the Bucks improved to 10-13 for the season, eighth in the Eastern Conference.

German standout Dirk Nowitzki scored a game-high 30 points for the Mavericks while Shawn Marion added 14, but Dallas dropped to 19-5, second to San Antonio Spurs by 1 1/2 games in the Southwest division.


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