Bucks, 6 Points Ahead, Beat Nets Again

Bucks, 6 Points Ahead, Beat Nets Again Photo: TT
Giannis Antetokounmpo drives to the basket against Blake Griffin during the first half between the Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks, May, 4, 2021

An aggressive and accurate player that he is, Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Milwaukee Bucks again to victory when he scored a total of 36 points and grabbed 12 rebounds over the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday. Throughout the game, the Bucks had dominated the game only in the fourth quarter with their aggressive gameplay and defensive effort.

6 points were the largest deficit between the Bucks and Nets’ scores, however, the Bucks stole the momentum when Donte DiVincenzo ended the game with a series of three points. Bryn Forbes also made four out of 7 three-pointers, and he finished off with a record of 14 points and 15 rebounds.

On the other hand, Mike James, whom the Nets had signed for a 10-day contract, made his way up with three points, while Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant scored 38 and 36 points respectively. Joe Harris also fought for their lost victory when he assisted Irving and Durant in late games.

Irving also took a pair of free throws of four points, while Jrue Holiday made a huge turnover from Irving when he managed to take the final minute victory from the Nets. Holiday’s record was 23 points with 10 assists.

Despite all the efforts, the Nets had shown in the court, still they couldn’t overcome Bucks advantage. They hoped that they would be able to beat them in the next game. The game concluded with a record of 124-118 on Tuesday, in favor of the Milwaukee Bucks.

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