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If the playoffs started today, the eight-seeded Milwaukee Bucks would take on the top-seeded Miami Heat, and Brandon Jennings would be perfectly fine with that, in fact, he prefers it.
According to Charles Gardner, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
“The two games that we played Miami so far, we matched up well against them,” Jennings said. “If you ask me, that’s who I would want to play first round, Miami.
“Just the fact over the years, a lot of the games have gone down to the wire with us and Miami. Right now we haven’t really played well against the Knicks. I just feel better if we play Miami first round, just the fact we have good games against them.
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