The Atlanta Hawks won the first leg of the series unexpectedly, but Milwaukee Bucks’ response in Game Two was immediate and strong. The hosts leveled the match (1-1).
Milwaukee responded with bucks style. Mike Budenholzer’s players scored 33 points in the first 24 minutes (77:44).
The hosts recorded a 20-0 series in the second quarter, leading from 51:40 to 71:40. After turning the pages, the coaches of both teams defended their leaders. – We focused on each of our possessions. We rose as a team and had a significant success – Bucks leader Giannis Antotoka said in an interview with the media.
The Greek threw 25 points in 30 minutes and had nine rebounds, hitting 11 of 18 shots from the field. Jur Holiday scored 22 points and seven assists, while Brooke Lopez added 16 points. The Wisconsin team scored 52.1 percent. Performance in kicks.
The Atlanta Hawks hit just 9 of 36 long-distance attempts on Friday, and made 19 losses. Trey Young, who scored the team’s first goal, lost nine balls, this time only 15 points. Danilo Culinary, an Italian who entered the court from the bench, scored 12 points.