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Nets vs. Bucks score, takeaways: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee pick up big win over Brooklyn in Game 3

After dropping two games in Brooklyn, the Milwaukee Bucks brought a much better effort on Thursday night in Game 3 of their best-of-seven series against the Nets. Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton both had huge performances for Milwaukee and the duo combined for 68 total points. Thanks largely to their output, the Bucks were able to pull out a crucial 86-83 win over the Nets in Game 3. With the win, the Bucks avoided falling into a deep 3-0, as the series now sits at a more manageable 2-1.
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Why Can’t The Bucks Shoot Anymore?

The Milwaukee Bucks, who scraped and scrapped and slogged their way to victory in Game 3 over the Brooklyn Nets, are in a 2-1 hole in the Eastern Conference Semifinals for a number of reasons. One of the most glaring ones is that they simply can’t shoot anymore. Milwaukee has a massive size advantage (pun intended) in this series, and they’re not maximizing that advantage, but they’re usually able to buoy their scoring output with their three-point shooting, especially this year. In this NBA Playoffs series, that is not the case. What gives?
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Bucks blow big lead, then rally to edge Nets 86-83 in Game 3

MILWAUKEE -- — Jrue Holiday figured the Brooklyn Nets expected him to call a timeout as soon as he got the ball with his team trailing by one in the final minute. Instead, Holiday delivered just in time to keep the Milwaukee Bucks from falling into a hole from which no NBA team has ever recovered.

Brooklyn takes 2-0 lead into game 3 against Milwaukee

LINE: Bucks -3; over/under is 235. EASTERN CONFERENCE SECOND ROUND: Nets lead series 2-0 BOTTOM LINE: The Brooklyn Nets visit the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference second round with a 2-0 lead in the series. The Nets won the last meeting 125-86. Kevin Durant scored 32 points to lead Brooklyn to the win and Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 18 points in the loss for Milwaukee.

Nets vs. Bucks playoff preview: Brooklyn's defense, added pressure on Milwaukee among biggest storylines

The Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks will meet in a heavyweight Eastern Conference semifinal showdown after both teams made short work of their opening-round opponents. The Nets bested the Boston Celtics in five games, and the Bucks needed only four games to dispatch the Miami Heat. After both took care of business in the first round, Brooklyn and Milwaukee will battle for the right to advance to the Eastern Conference finals.
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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Brooklyn Nets (6/5/2021): Time, TV channel, live stream | NBA Playoffs Game 1

The Brooklyn Nets face the Milwaukee Bucks for Game 1 of the 2021 NBA Playoffs at Barclays Center on Saturday, June 5 (6/5/2021) at 7:30 p.m. Brooklyn comes into Game 1 after a 123-109 win in game 5 to the Boston Celtics. The Nets won their series 4-1 over the Celtics. Nets guard James Harden led the team with 34 points. They will be looking to jump out to an early advantage and win the first game of the series.

Can Nets-Bucks Live Up To The Hype?

Tchow (Tony Chow, video producer):NBA fans, we’re back with our NBA postseason chats! On the heels of the defending champions’ elimination, I’ve asked Jared Dubin, Andres Waters and Louis Zatzman to join me to discuss what in the world happened to the Knicks, how the Bucks match up with the Nets’ Big Three, who’s best-positioned to come out of the West and plenty of other questions around the NBA playoffs. It’s been a while since we’ve done one of these, so let’s start with a broad question. What’s been the most surprising thing for you this postseason?