NBA London: Stars come out as Bucks outclass struggling Knicks
A night in London failed to stop the New York Knicks' dismal run of form as the Milwaukee Bucks ran out easy 95-79 winners at the O2 Arena.
Tickets for the fifth regular-season NBA game held in London sold in an hour when they went on sale last year but a one-sided contest was served up.
The Bucks, for whom OJ Mayo scored 22 points, never looked back after claiming the game's first 14 points.
The Knicks have now lost a franchise-record 16 straight games.
Their record of five wins and 36 defeats in 41 games so far this season is also the worst of any NBA team.