Three members of a unique brotherhood celebrated a reunion on the night of Nov. 17 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

It will undoubtedly be the first of many.

National Basketball Association rookies Doron Lamb of the Milwaukee Bucks and Anthony Davis and Darius Miller of the New Orleans Hornets met for the first time as professionals and the Bucks emerged with a 117-113 victory.

Warning: Sample sizes are small and may be dangerous if taken too seriously.

That said, it is time to start thinking about trends. The Bucks are on top of the Central Division at 6-2, and as much as I like typing that, I also like to know why they are in first place (hint: it has a lot to do with rebounding and winning the turnover battles) and threats that could prevent them from staying there.

After all, in the playoffs teams go no more than seven games per series – some things do start evening out, mattering, after this many games.