After the overtime, the Milwaukee Bucks as the away Brooklyn Nets won 115-111 in the seventh game of the Eastern Conference semifinals of the North American Professional Basketball Championship (NBA), 4-3.
In the away game, the home team only scored 2 points in addition to the 6 points of the away team.
Brooklyn star Kevin Durant played all the way and set a league-record 48 points in 53 minutes in Game 7 of the playoffs, but failed to help his team win and advance.
This time, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Chris Middleton were at their peak again: the former scored 40 points and 13 rebounds, and the latter scored 23 points and 10 rebounds.
The Nets played in the home environment for the first time in this year’s playoffs, which immediately marked the end of the guard season.
The Bucks will participate in the Eastern Conference Main Group finals, and then advance 3-3 to the Atlanta Hawks vs. Philadelphia 76ers showdown.
Basketball, NBA playoffs, semifinals:
Brooklyn Nets-Milwaukee Bucks 111-115-After Overtime
The final result of the duel was a fourth victory for one side: 4-3, in favor of Milwaukee.