The Milwaukee Bucks had 42 points from Giannis Antetokounmpo and some fans in the final of the game to win the Boston Celtics 103-101 Saturday afternoon in Milwaukee. The defense won 2-1 in the Eastern Conference semifinal series and had an extra home game on Monday to take advantage of the tournament.
The Celtics started the fourth quarter 12, but gave the score 100-99 with 1:49 on the clock. Then, Giannis scored 2 points, Jaylen Brown forgot the layup and Jrue Holiday opened 3 for the Bucks. At the last throw, Marcus Smart was fouled and hit the first free kick. Then he missed the target and the ball got loose in the air. After the battle, Horford managed to push him into the basket, but within a hundred of a second, the clock had exploded.
Giannis Antetokounmpo climbs into the basket – Photo: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
The Greek star completed with 12 rebounds and 8 assists, plus 42 points. Holidays are 25 with 7 rebounds. Brook Lopez had 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Pat Connaughton came off the bench to score 11 points with 8 rebounds. of protection, The board managed to limit Jayson Tatum to just 10 points, with 4 baskets in 19 court trials, 0 out of 6 by round. The performance was crucial to the Bucks ’win.
Milwaukee has a dominance of colors, with 52 points for 32 of the Celtics. In switching games, the home team made it 21 to 11. Jaylen Brown was Boston’s highest scorer, with 27 points, plus 12 rebounds and 4 assists. Al Horford has scored 22 points, with only 12 tackles. It led to the Celtics’ reaction, which ended in insufficiency for the win. The next opportunity to get a court administrator is Monday, at 20:30, with Sportv2 broadcast.
Giannis Antetokounmpo (42 pts, 12 rebs, 8 ass)
Jrue Holiday (25 pts, 7 rebs, 3 steals)
Brook Lopez (13 pts, 10 rebs)
Pat Connaughton (11 pts, 8 rebs)
Bobby Portis (9 pts, 7 rebs)
Jaylen Brown (27 pts, 12 rebs, 4 ass)
Al Horford (22 pts, 16 rebs, 5 asts, 4 baskets from us)
Derrick White (14 pts)
Jayson Tatum (10 pts, 4 stumps)
Robert Williams (10 pts, 5 rebs, 4 ass, 3 blocks)
Grant Williams (9 pts, 6 rebs, 3 blocks)
Marcus Smart (9 pts)
Giannis Antetokounmpo vibrates in Milwaukee – Photo: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
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Jayson Tatum climbs into the dunk over Giannis Antetokounmpo – Photo: Stacy Revere / Getty Images
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Bucks 40/99 (40.4%)
Celtics 32/87 (37.6%)
Bucks 9/34 (26.5%)
Celtics 9/33 (27.3%)
Bucks 14/17 (82.4%)
Celtics 28/34 (82.4%)
Scoring chart – Photo: NBA
First Season – Bucks 22 through 19: The low score of the first half showed the strength of the defense and the difficulty of the three lines. The Celtics hit 1 of 7 from around. The Bucks, 2 out of 10. Giannis has 8 points and 4 rebounds. On the other hand, Jaylen Brown has 6 points and 5 rebounds. Tatum hit only 1 of 5 by the court for 2 points.
Second season – Celtics 31 to 24: Boston scored the final 7 points of the split and ended the first half first, after 10 changes and 10 draw. The two teams continued to work poorly in the area. The Bucks go 26-12 in color. Giannis scored 12 in the half, a total of 20. Brown scored 10. Scores from 50 to 46 in rest.
Al Horford has been performing well in the last days – Photo: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
Third Time – Bucks 32 through 17: Milwaukee defense defended the Celtics to 17 points in the half. Jayson Tatum was the loser of the afternoon, only 3 out of 17 on the court for 8 points. On the other hand, Holidays has 12 finals, a total of 21. Giannis has 11, a total of 31. No one in Boston has gone over 12 until now. Scores range from 80 to 67.
Four seasons – Bucks 34 to 23: Al Horford scored 10 points in the first quarter. He scored 12 points in the final time and led the Celtics’s score, scoring 100 to 99 with 1:49 on the clock. Then, Giannis scored 2 points, Brown forgot the layup and the weekend opener 3 for the Bucks.
Finally thrown, Smart was fouled and hit for the first time for free. Then he missed the target and the ball got loose in the air. After the battle, Horford managed to push him into the basket, but in one hundredth of a second, the clock was broken. The hard-fought Bucks won 2-1 in the series.
Game 1 (5/1) – Celtics 101 x 89 Bucks
Game 2 (5/3) – Celtics 109 x 86 Bucks
Game 3 (05/07) – Bucks 103 x 101 Celtics
Game 4 (09/05) – Bucks v Celtics, 8:30 pm (sportv2)
Game 5 (5/11) – Celtics v Bucks at 8 p.m.
Game 6 (5/13) – Bucks v Celtics, time to decide (if necessary)
Game 7 (5/15) – Celtics v Bucks, Time to Decide (if applicable)