NBA: Brooklyn tornado overwhelms Milwaukee in play-offs
Held thirty-four points under their offensive average of the regular season, Giannis Antetokounmpo (18 points, 11 rebounds, 0 of 3 to three points, 2 successful free throws of 7) and his partners were already on the ropes at the end of the first quarter-time (36-19) and conceded up to forty-nine points difference (123-74 at four and a half minutes from the end) against Kevin Durant (32 points to 12 of 18 on shots after three quarters). time) and New York shooters who had a big three-point success (50%) with a large volume of shots (21 of 42).
Kyrie Irving (22 points, 6 assists) supported Durant well, back Bruce Brown (13 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists) happily took the place of James Harden while the former playmaker of CSKA Moscow Mike James added ten points from the bench. » So far, we’ve won our two home games and done what we had to do. We must now see if our game is as effective on the move “Commented Kevin Durant after this show of force that does not bode well for the Bucks totally overwhelmed by the pace printed by the Nets. » We think we’re better than that, we can’t let down, we gotta stay positive , Tried to face Jrue Holiday, the Milwaukee playmaker.
Already missed out on Game 1, winger Khris Middleton missed his first eight shots, and remains stuck at 6 of 31 in the series. The double MVP 2019 and 2020 Giannis Antetokounmpo was “posterized” in the first half by Blake Griffin.
French Nets back Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot was allowed eight minutes for a three-point success on two attempts, a rebound and an assist. Game 3 will take place Thursday through Friday night in Milwaukee.