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Milwaukee Bucks Get Revenge On The Miami Heat


Following a disappointing setback the other night, the Milwaukee Bucks bounced back swiftly, defeating the Miami Heat 122-114 on Monday night at the Fiserv Forum.

Milwaukee improved to 2-1 on the season when Giannis Antetokounmpo ended with 33 points, seven rebounds, two assists, and a block in a 110-127 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday night.

Damian Lillard, who was held to only six points in that lopsided loss to the Hawks, found his scoring groove again, scoring 25 points on 7 of 14 shots from the floor.

After missing all of his free throws in the Atlanta game, Lillard shot 9 of 11 from the charity stripe.

Brook Lopez and Cameron Payne each contributed 11 points, while Bobby Portis Jr. scored 16 points and eight rebounds. After missing just one game, Khris Middleton returned and finished with 17 minutes of action with five points, five assists, two rebounds, and one steal.

It was the first time the two clubs had played since they met in the opening round of the playoffs the previous year. In that series matchup, Miami defeated the top-seeded Milwaukee team in just five games and proceeded to the NBA Finals, making one of the greatest underdog postseason runs in NBA history.

In their rematch, the Bucks controlled the middle quarters to take double-digit leads, which they maintained into the fourth quarter despite the Heat’s best efforts to rally.

The Bucks led 62–52 at the half after outscoring the Heat 34–24 in the second quarter. After two quarters of play, Lillard had already scored nine points, exceeding his total in their loss to Atlanta.

Milwaukee led 97-73 going into the fourth quarter thanks to a 35-21 surge in the third quarter. With 10:30 remaining, the Bucks stretched their lead to 103-78.

The Heat then heated up, making a tremendous run with 1:22 remaining on a jumper by Duncan Robinson to pull within 115-109. Giannis’ three-point play gave the Bucks a nine-point advantage, which finally put an end to the Heat’s rally.

With 33 points, Robinson led Miami, followed by Jimmy Butler with 13 and Tyler Herro with 15. The Heat finished the season at 1-3 despite playing without All-Star center Bam Adebayo due to injury.

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