The last time these teams met, the Miami Heat stunned the top-ranked Milwaukee Bucks in the second round of qualifiers en route to the NBA Finals.
The Bucks had obviously been in a circle on their calendar.
Milwaukee opened the rematch Tuesday 12-0 en route to a 46-26 lead at the end of the first quarter. By the time it’s over, Milwaukee scored a 144-97 win He set a new NBA record with 29 three-pointers.
TNT is cut from the blast
The blast was so bad that TNT – which had broadcast the match nationally – threw the towel when Bucks extended their lead to 93-62 in the third quarter.
Play-by-play broadcaster Brian Anderson said: “There are so many games going on in the NBA, 10 of them actually.” “This doesn’t seem to be one of them.”
He then dumped her to studio host Ernie Johnson.
Johnson replied, “Just call us when the count drops to around 15 or 20” before jokingly Charles Barclay, Kenny Smith and Shaquille O’Neal while looking into other matches around the league.
They started with the Philadelphia 76ers game against the Toronto Raptors and made the rounds from there, searching multiple matches from the crowded NBA roster.
And they also saw a video of Stephen Curry shooting three pointers in the gym.
Bucks-Heat never returned to 15 or 20. TNT continued to do rounds of broadcasts. Although he was achieved in the middle of the fourth quarter after Bucks set the new record for three-pointers in a match.
Every buck but Giannis connects from a distance
Backup guard Sam Merrill hit the Bucks’ 28th benchmark in the night with the record-breaking 6:07 remaining. He was the twelfth player to be tied up from a distance in the effort.
In fact, Giannis Antetokounmpo was the only player on the entire Bucks list who did not call from a distance. The ruling MVP was one of the few Bucks players who did not catch fire, scoring 3 of 9 field goal attempts while scoring nine points, six rebounds and six assists.
The Bucks star’s exit night wasn’t a problem for his teammates. Seven Bucks players scored by double numbers, led by Chris Middleton 25 and Jrue Holiday’s 24.
The vacation resulted in a 3-point barrage of 6 out of 10 effort from a long distance. Donte DiVincenzo added five three-pointers, and Middleton hit four. Seven Bucks players correlated with at least two Rams of 3 shots as Bucks shot 29 of 51 (56.9 percent) from long distance.
Tyler Hero led the Miami effort with 23 points, playing Heat without Jimmy Butler who Due to an ankle injury. But he did not save them from losing 47 points.
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