Holders Liverpool will return to the scene of last season's Champions League triumph after they were drawn against Atletico Madrid in the last 16 of the competition on Monday.
Antetokounmpo made eight-of-10 shots from the floor, two-of-four from three-point range and went four-of-eight from the free-throw line for the Bucks, who were coming off a Thursday triumph over the Western Conference-leading Los Angeles Lakers.
"The difference between winning and losing was made shots versus missed shots," James said.
Davis - the Lakers' leader in points, rebounds and blocked shots - was absent due to a right ankle sprain suffered in a Sunday victory over Atlanta.
The side who won the European Cup twice in a row under Brian Clough impressed with a fourth-place Christmas finish in 1994-95, but they have been some distance from the top of the tree ever since. Now the club finds themselves in the middle of the Championship where they have been for much of the last decade.
"It means a lot," Murray said after his triumph. "The past few years have been extremely difficult... I didn't expect to be in this position at all, so I'm very happy."
For Palace, Christian Benteke made his first start since August while Jeffrey Schlupp's hip injury meant Jairo Riedewald came in at left-back and Scott Dann also came in.
Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, say they are stepping back from their roles as senior members of the British royal family and plan to work towards becoming "financially independent," the couple announced on Wednesday.
Wentz completed 31-of-40 passes without an interception and ran six times for 22 yards to spark the Eagles to their biggest win of the year despite an early rib injury that sidelined Eagles tight end Zach Ertz.
A group of five players tied for third, three behind Scott, including young Chinese big-hitter Yuan Yechun and Australian Wade Ormsby.
The Duke and Duchess have long had a fraught relationship with sections of the British media. In October last year, the couple announced that Meghan was suing the Mail on Sunday newspaper, alleging it had illegally published a private letter to her father -- a claim the newspaper denies.
Zidane added, "We never thought this game would not go ahead. What we have to do is put all our energy into the match because the rest, we could spend a week talking about it."
Democratic Tsunami, the protest group in favor of Catalan independence, has called publicly for its supporters to gather at the stadium four hours before kickoff at 19:00 GMT.