First blow for the Nets against the Bucks

This Saturday night, the second round of the playoffs already begins with the Nets who will face the Bucks. A highly anticipated duel for Kevin Durant, opposed to Giannis Antetokounmpo. However, Brooklyn received the first bad news.

We move up a gear this Saturday night in the NBA, with a very tough duel between the Bucks and the Nets. Milwaukee dreams of turning a corner after several disappointing years, when Brooklyn intends to respond to its status as a big favorite in the East. It promises to be exciting, and it’s starting very soon.

However, and like their regular season, the Nets have to deal with some health problems. To better understand, the Big 3 only played 7 games together during the regular season. Injury is therefore a bad habit in the Big Apple.

Unfortunately, Steve Nash still has to deal with fewer men. For a few weeks now, Jeff Green has been squatting in the infirmary, and that will not change for Game 1. The former Wizard, important out of the bench, will not be dressed to face the Bucks.

Jeff Green (Plantar Fasciitis) will miss Game 1 against the Bucks.

If we talk about it, it’s because Green has done a lot of good for the Nets during this campaign. He seems to have found his place, to the point of turning to very good averages of 11 points and 3.9 rebounds over the season. No doubt its absence will be costly for the second unit.

At Milwaukee, it will therefore be necessary to take advantage of it, especially as Bryn Forbes was boiling hot on the first series. The Bucks have guns to make a difference, but count on the pals of Kevin Durant to start off on the right foot in Game 1.

A first absent confirmed for the Nets, who will have to rely on other players to boost the bench. Jeff Green will be missing, he who should be able to return somewhere in the series. At 100%, this roster could do quite a bit of damage.

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