Milwaukee overcomes a match ball to stay alive against Indiana

Milwaukee overcomes a match ball to stay alive against Indiana
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Milwaukee Bucks have saved a match ball against Indiana Pacers. The team of Rick Carlisle has not been able to take advantage of the losses of Giannis Antetokounmpo and Damian Lillard and has fallen 115-92, which puts the series 3-2 in favor of those from Indianapolis.

Being between a rock and a hard place, Bucks pulled out a very good defensive game out of the hat to blur Indiana’s fast and prolific attack, and with an excellent third quarter they broke the game.

The game had reached a score of 53-48 at halftime, but after the restart the team Doc Rivers He went ahead 34-19 to finish the quarter with a 20-point lead.

Khris Middleton and Bobby Portis They have been the visible heads of the local offensive.

Middleton has scored his third straight game with 25 or more points. His enormous step forward in these playoffs, with his physique already in place, being able to play many minutes, is being essential for the survival of his team. Today he has added 29 points, 12 rebounds and 5 assists.

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Portis, meanwhile, has made amends and has made up for his immature performance in the previous match that earned him expulsion. Tonight he was relentless as a starter with 29 points, 10 rebounds and 14 of 24 from the field. Those 29 points are his highest score ever in the postseason.

The entire local starting quintet has been in double digits in scoring, with Malik Beasley adding 18 points and a great Pat Beverley going to 13 points and 12 assists.

Pacers lost a good opportunity as their attack, the great hallmark of the team, liquefied.

No visiting player shined exceedingly. Tyrese Haliburton he made 16 points and 6 assists and this time Myles Turner He was limited to 13 points and 5 rebounds and Pascal Siakam to 12 points. Nor was it the night of T.J. McConnell when it comes to revolutionizing the team’s second unit.

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