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'I'm a Bucks fan tonight': Tom Izzo was on hand to support Bryn Forbes during NBA Playoffs

Bryn Forbes is still competing in the NBA Playoffs, and his college coach was on hand to cheer him on Thursday night. Playing for the Milwaukee Bucks, Forbes and company were facing elimination in a Game 6 matchup with Brooklyn. Fortunately, Milwaukee avoided elimination behind a big performance by Khris Middleton to force a do-or-die Game 7 showdown.
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Milwaukee Bucks: The case for starting Bryn Forbes against Brooklyn Nets

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - MAY 24 (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images) The Milwaukee Bucks exorcised their demons last week by sweeping the Miami Heat in the first round of this year’s playoffs. Unfortunately, one dark spot looms large over an otherwise spotless series: Donte DiVincenzo’s torn foot tendon. The dependable guard...
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Milwaukee Bucks: Bryn Forbes earned a new contract after Heat series

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - MAY 24 (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images) The Milwaukee Bucks officially became the first team to advance in the NBA Playoffs after their first round sweep of the Miami Heat. There were several key factors and contributors that helped pave the way for this impressive victory, but...
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Former Spartan Bryn Forbes posts brilliant shooting performance in series-clinching win for Bucks

Bryn Forbes is in the midst of an impressive season from the three-point line, and the former Michigan State guard had an electric outing Saturday afternoon. Facing the Miami Heat, Forbes and the Milwaukee Bucks were up three games to none in the best of seven series during the NBA Playoffs. A slow start by the Bucks allowed the heat to take the lead into halftime, but a strong second-quarter performance by Forbes kept Milwaukee close.
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Bucks' Bryn Forbes: Adds 11 points off bench

Forbes tallied 11 points (4-8 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 0-1 FT), three rebounds and one steal across 20 minutes during Thursday's 113-84 win over Miami. Forbes started the second half after Donte DiVincenzo (foot) went down and he ended up posting double figures in scoring for the second game in a row. The 27-year-old shooting guard could potentially start in Game 4 if DiVincenzo is sidelined for that contest. Forbes has gone 12-of-19 from downtown through the first three games of the series.
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WATCH: MSU alum Bryn Forbes scores 14 points in 6 minutes for Bucks

When you can shoot 3-pointers like Bryn Forbes, the points can pile up quick. And that’s what happened in the first quarter of Monday’s Eastern Conference first-round playoff game against the Miami Heat, as Forbes went off for 14 points in the span of six minutes. Forbes’ explosion powered the...
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Bryn Forbes sets playoff career-high in Bucks' Game 2 win over Heat

Bryn Forbes got hot Monday night in Game 2 of a first-round playoff series against the Miami Heat. And Michigan State fans know what that can look like. Forbes scored a playoff career-high 22 points off the bench for the Milwaukee Bucks in their 132-98 win over the Heat, going 6-for-9 from 3-point distance. The sharpshooter from Lansing found his shot early, scoring 14 points in a six-minute stretch during the first half. He also had five rebounds in his 20-minute effort.
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Jrue Holiday After Bryn Forbes Scores 22 Points: 'We Were Running Everything To Him'

Bryn Forbes scored 22 points, including shooting 6-for-9 from three, in the Milwaukee Bucks 132-98 win over the Miami Heat. The Bucks now lead the series 2-0. "If my man got the hot hand, I'm going to him," said Jrue Holiday about Forbes' game. "And he wasn't missing, so at that point we were running everything to him just to -- really just to see what happens."
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Bryn Forbes found a home with the Milwaukee Bucks

I was watching the Milwaukee Bucks annihilate the Miami Heat last night and at halftime, guess who the Bucks leading scorer was?. Nope, not NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo. It was former San Antonio Spurs guard Bryn Forbes. Yep, Sparty was lighting it with 19 points hitting five threes and going seven-of eight.