The Wisconsin franchise returned to victory and once again secured first place in the Eastern Conference.
Milwaukee Bucks soared before Miami Heat and was triumphed by 130-116. The leaders of the Eastern Conference recovered after two consecutive defeats and remain firm as the team with the best record in the NBA.
The first quarter had a smooth start, but Miami took a distance of 9 units over the end after Andre Igoudala’s first appearance in the game, with 5 points and two assists. And with a successful Duncan Robinson from triple, the Florida went to the break 73-56.
In the second half, Giannis Antetokounmpo encountered the hoop through transition attacks after tough defenses in the first half and from there began the hard work of the Wisconsin franchise to bridge the gap. They reached the last quarter six points below, a distance on the scoreboard that they were able to definitively counter from the final four minutes with a great closure by the Greek and Khris Middleton.
Giannis and Middleton closed the night with 33 points each. The Greek also had 12 rebounds and while his squire was at a great long distance level (5-6 in triples). While, by Miami, Robinson scored 21 points. With this result, Milwaukee secured first place in the East for the Playoffs for the second consecutive year.
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