The Brooklyn Nets defeated the visiting team Milwaukee Bucks 125-86 in Monday’s North American Basketball League (NBA) playoffs, giving them a 2-0 lead. This is their team’s semifinal in the host group. The fourth victory.
As a result, the Bucks suffered the second largest loss in playoff history. The 2015 record against the Chicago Bulls was a 120-66 knockout defeat.
The Nets’ smooth victory was also surprising, because James Harden, who was injured at the beginning of the first game, did not play. The home team’s best performance was Kevin Durant. He scored 32 points in three quarters and Kyrie Irving contributed to the success. Scored 22 points.
The Western Conference semifinals kicked off with the success of the Phoenix Suns: the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Denver Nuggets 122-105 at home. At home, Chris Paul suffered a slight shoulder injury at the start of the game, but returned to the court and scored 21 points and 11 assists. In addition, the manager scored 14 out of 21 points last quarter.
Denver had a 10 point lead in the third quarter, but the Suns faltered at the last minute and ended the game with a 42-14 series. Among them, the Nuggets, the most promising MVP title of Serbia, played a big role. Gula Jokiko (22 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists) was kept at zero points in the final game.
As a result, the main group semi-finals:
Eastern Main Team, Game 2:
Brooklyn Nets 125-86 Milwaukee Bucks
A team’s duel position until their fourth victory: 2-0 Brooklyn.
Western Grand Slam Group Stage 1:
Phoenix Suns 122-105 Denver Nuggets
A team’s duel position before the fourth victory: 1-0, in favor of Phoenix.