Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-06-11 13:26:03 –
The playoff game that Milwaukee Bucks really needed was finally held Thursday night at the Fiserv Forum. There wasn’t a game yet this postseason when Janice Adetokumpo really made him feel his presence while raising impressive numbers. But on Thursday, things changed as he and Khris Middleton scored 79% of Milwaukee’s points. This is the highest playoff rate in NBA history. Their 68 points helped push Bucks over Brooklyn Nets, 86-83, to support Brooklyn and make the series 2-1.
Middleton and Jeannis were great, but it was the third component of Milwaukee’s core player that made a big appearance when needed. With 11.4 seconds left, Jrue Holiday regained Bucks’ lead with a smooth spin through Bruce Brown. The final second three-point attempt from Kevin Durant brought horror to the loyal Bucks mind, but eventually failed and sealed the Milwaukee match. No team in NBA history has blown the lead in the 3-0 series, but fortunately Milwaukee never sees its deficit heading to Game 4 on Sunday afternoon.
Bucks as a team didn’t make much sense on Thursday night, but the ugly win is still a win. Like Milwaukee in Games 1 and 2 on the street, Nets’ mistakes seemed like a difference in Game 3. The hot start from Bucks was helped by Brooklyn coming out of the gate flat and missing the first seven shots from the field, with Milwaukee leading 9-0, making it a vibrant Fiserv Forum. .. Milwaukee extended the lead to 21 points before Nets counterattacked late. The 86-83 sounds like a score at the end of three-quarters of most nights of play, but that’s all Milwaukee needed to win.
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Game 3 was very important, but Game 4 is just as important, with a fifth contest scheduled for next Tuesday in Brooklyn. It is very important to connect the series to the environment where Milwaukee is struggling this week, and Bucks must win at least one at Barclays Center to advance to the finals of the Eastern Conference. It wasn’t a great game, but Thursday night was a step in the right direction for Milwaukee Bucks.
The fourth game of the Eastern Conference Semifinals will end on Sunday at 2:00 pm. The game is broadcast nationwide on ABC and fans are encouraged to support the team in the Deer district outside the Fiserv Forum.You can get complete information about playoff watch parties at Deer district website..