Giannis Antetokounmpo takes down the West's leader and gives the Bucks a break

Giannis Antetokounmpo takes down the West's leader and gives the Bucks a break

nOr the best moments take place in Milwaukee Bucks. After a summer of drastic change, in which they surrendered their DNA from the last few years (warrior, tremendous defense) by replacing Jrue Holiday with superstar Damian Lillard, things aren't going the way they should. Adrian Griffin came off the bench for Wisconsin. Doc Rivers has arrived. But nothing much has changed. They went to the All-Star Game with unknowns, and will return, at least, with more certainty. After winning at the stadium of the best team in the WestMinnesota Timberwolves (107-112).

Antetokounmpo trying to keep the ball.

They needed it. It's not because of rankings, because with 36 wins and 21 losses, they are third in the West behind the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers. Yes because of the emotional state of everyone, starting with Giannis Antetokounmpo who was, as is almost always the case, the most memorable. 33 points (9/13 in TC and 14/21 in TL), 13 rebounds, 5 assists.. Plus, Lillard is good.

Lillard mainly appeared in the final stretch. The Bucks seemed to be in good shape there after a great performance in the match (91-74, 40). But the Wolves hung on to the game. Karl-Anthony Towns hit two 3-pointers, and Anthony Edwards stepped up the game and scored two more goals in the final minute. He needed a reaction from Pax, Which came after Antetokounmpo's great move with Jae Crowder and “Dame Time.”

Antetokounmpo attacks the rim.

Lillard left out two details that are extremely aesthetically pleasing, but also of the utmost importance. Three-pointer, about to fall, to put the Wolves away. And in the last seconds, a wonderful comment from the side. He scored 102 points in clutch time, which includes the final five minutes of the game when the score is at or below five points. The fourth best team in the NBA.

There are ups and downs… everything changes

Giannis Antetokounmpo

vital. Along with Antetokounmpo, he stands behind LeBron as the player who has played the most games (112 out of 117) with at least 30 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists. And a clear break. “There are ups and downs. Everything changed. The owner, the coach changed, then another coach. “And the star players,” the Greek said.

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