The Bucks started their game against the Celtics in Boston the stronger, going out to an early seven-point lead in the 1st quarter after a Brook Lopez three. Boston took over mid 2nd quarter and never looked back. Giannis Antetokounmpo as usual had to be the driving force of the team, scoring or assisting on each of the team’s first 22 points.
Williams led the team in scoring as well notching 27 points, a career-high. Jayson Tatum had 23, with Payton Pritchard contributing 14 points and 5 rebounds in 17 minutes off the bench.
Giannis, even though being on the losing end, became the 1st player in NBA history to record 200 points, 100 rebounds, and 50 assists in a single series. The Greek freak finished the game with a team-high 25 points and game high 20 rebounds, falling one assist short of a triple-double stat line. The game though ended 109-81 blowing out the Bucks and sending the deer into extinction.
Chris Paul and Devin Booker ghosted one of the biggest games of the season at home as well. The lead kept ballooning as high as 45 points. The game ended 123-90, making the “Sun-set” in Phoenix from. Luka was fantastic, however, Spencer Dinwiddie had himself a night. Something Brooklyn should see that he stepped up in a massive elimination game, something they could have used.
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