The final day of the Milwaukee Bucks‘ 2020-21 regular season is here and there is much to figure out. The biggest topic of interest is who the Bucks will face going into the start of the 2021 NBA Playoffs and even where will they ultimately stand in terms of seeding.
Potential playoff preview?! It feels like it’s been ages since the last extended recap I have published. I am happy that it comes on the heels of the Milwaukee Bucks 122-108 home victory against their conference foe in the Miami Heat.
In the regular-season finale at Fiserv Forum, the Milwaukee Bucks managed to take down the Miami Heat 122-108, with 7 players in double figures. Kendrick Nunn played through a sore calf to score a season-high 31 for Miami in defeat.
As the Milwaukee Bucks close out their regular season in search of fine-tuning, Brook Lopez needs no such thing. The seven-footer has been on quite the tear to close out his third season in Milwaukee as evidenced by his recent scoring outbursts.
Paul and Holiday have been playing the game for years, and even if you stopped thinking about them as realistic contenders, they might be the only ones who aren’t shocked if they’re playing each other in the NBA Finals.
Heading into the final weekend of the 2020-21 regular season, the Milwaukee Bucks are still unsure of what their playoff path will look like. Following their 142-133 victory over the Indiana Pacers Thursday night, the Bucks are at 45-25 on the year, which is good for third place in the East.
More like Gianniapolis, am I right? While it came in the waning days of a regular season everybody wants to end and has little remaining interest in, the Bucks picked up their 45th win in a pretty entertaining contest with the Pacers, 142-133.
The Milwaukee Bucks completed the regular season series sweep over their central division rival the Indiana Pacers last night with a 142-133 win. Indiana was without three typical starters in this contest, including former Buck Malcolm Brogdon, Myles Turner, and the ascending Caris LeVert.
View the original article to see embedded media. As far as the DPOY award goes, it isn't an award that a lot of fans pay attention to, as a lot of people generally enjoy watching the offensive end more.