Denver Nuggets forward Will Barton drives as Milwaukee Bucks center John Henson defends during the second half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, April 1, 2018, in Denver. The Nuggets won 128-125 in overtime. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
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The Denver Nuggets are starting to master overtime.Nikola Jokic had 35 points and 13 rebounds, Jamal Murray scored 18 of his 27 points after the third quarter and the Nuggets rallied from eight down in the final minute of regulation to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 128-125 in overtime Sunday night.Ahead 111-108, the Bucks had a chance to ice it in the final seconds, but Murray stole Khris Middleton's inbound pass and was fouled by Jason Terry on a 3-point try with 2.8 seconds left. He made three free throws to tie it, and after Bledsoe turned it over, Jokic missed a shot at the buzzer.Denver scored the first five points of overtime and led by seven with 35 seconds left but needed two free throws from little-used Malik Beasley with 7.1 seconds left after the Bucks cut it to one. Bucks: G Brandon Jennings signed a multiyear deal with the team, the Bucks announced Sunday.... The Nuggets attempted 22 free throws in the second period.
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