Sources: NBA rescinds Giannis Antetokounmpo's 10th rebound

WASHINGTON -- Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 23 points, had a season-high 13 assists and rebounded his intentionally missed shot with a second left for what would have been his fourth triple-double of the season as the NBA-leading Milwaukee Bucks beat the Washington Wizards 117-111 on Sunday night.

However, the NBA rescinded his 10th rebound on Monday, sources told ESPN's Zach Lowe, as league rules state that for a field-goal attempt to count as official, the player has to shoot "with intent to score a field-goal."

The game was just about over when Antetokounmpo dribbled to the basket and lightly tossed the ball off the backboard to himself to initially seal the triple-double.

"I was thinking about scoring the ball, but I feel like in those situations it's best to kind of keep the ball," Antetokounmpo said. "But yeah, I just try to play the game smart and kind of stole one."

Jevon Carter added 20 points while shooting 6-of-10 from beyond the arc, and Jrue Holiday scored 19 in Milwaukee's victory a night after a home loss to Philadelphia snapped a 16-game win streak.

The Bucks made 22 of their 49 attempts beyond the arc, the most allowed by the Wizards this season, while moving 1½ games in front of the Boston Celtics for first in the Eastern Conference.

"We feel like we've got a lot of depth," said Milwaukee coach Mike Budenholzer, who had six players hit multiple 3s. "We've got a lot of guys that are good shooters that can get hot from the 3-point line. So that's part of a good team and being able to play on back-to-backs and make it through the season and be prepared for the playoffs."

Bradley Beal scored 33 points for the Wizards, who remain 10th in the East and in line for the final play-in tournament spot. Kristaps Porzingis added 24 points and 14 rebounds for Washington, which lost for the second time at home in two nights.

"I'm happy with how hard we played and the product we're giving our fans," Porzingis said after Washington overcame an early 17-point deficit to make the game competitive. "Even though we had these two tough losses, I think it's something positive we can take from these games."

The Wizards gradually whittled away at the Bucks' 11-point halftime lead and finally went in front following a run that stretched across the late third and early fourth quarter.

The Bucks responded by making five consecutive baskets, including two 3s each from Carter and Grayson Allen to retake the lead. Then Allen and Joe Ingles hit from beyond the arc again during another 12-4, game-sealing stretch.

"It was just taking the ones that was there," Carter said. "It felt like when I was bringing it down, they just kept backing up, so I just was going to be aggressive in taking the shot."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.