Over more than 30 minutes in the game, the Ukrainian set a new career-high record in NBA. He scored 33 points; that includes six three-pointer, four assists, eight rebounds and two block-shots. However, it still was not enough for his team to prevail, as Milwaukee won (105-117).
Last month, Len greatly assisted his team to claim the victory over Chicago Bulls. The player spent a bit more than 26 and a half minutes on the parquet. It was his first appearance in the starting five since December 31.
Len scored 28 points, completing 5 of 8 three-pointers. He also performed eight rebounds and two assists, as well as two block-shots.