The Milwaukee basketball players defeated the Brooklyn team at home last night with 104: 89 and thus won the seventh, decisive match in the semifinals of the playoffs of the Eastern Conference of the NBA League.

The Bucks were led to victory in a match in which they constantly had the advantage of Chris Middleton, Janis Adetokunbo and Jru Holliday, who scored 89 out of 104 total points.

Middleton scored 38 points, which is his career record in the playoffs, and he also recorded ten rebounds and five assists and stolen balls.

Adetokunbo added 30 points, with 17 rebounds, while Jru Holliday finished the match with 21 points, eight rebounds and five assists.

“We didn’t think about the pressure at all. It’s a basketball game, it’s that simple. We know what it would mean if we lost, but it’s just basketball,” Middleton said after the match.

Kevin Durant was the best in the Brooklyn team with 32 points and 11 rebounds, while James Harden scored 16 points and seven assists.

The decisive match of this series, in which the home team celebrated in all six games, is played on the night between Saturday and Sunday in Brooklyn.

By Editor

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