The Bucks took game 4 scoring 120-103.
The Miami Heat players played with urgency and were hitting all from the court. Their players stepped up and put a lot of pressure on the Bucks by attacking the rim and making threes. It looked like Miami would save the season and extend it till the other day to decide whether they can remain in the series or not. Trevor Ariza had 11 points, Tyler herro found his stroke and knocked two three pointers. Bam was attacking the rim and Jimmy was doing what he does best, but still they couldn’t pull out and just led by 7 going to the half.
Then came the trouble Khris Middleton Sparked the Bucks and they found their shooting rhythm back and started to hit jump shots, threes, attacking the rim. Miami has no answer just like games 1-3. Bucks just were too strong. This series showed that the Bucks are ready to advance to the next level. This series was pure dominance. They won by an average of 20. 5 points per game with game 1 being the closet the Miami Heat got.
Jimmy Butler may be an all-star, but he isn’t a superstar like Lebron or KD’s level. He doesn’t have the ability to score stably which showed no performance in this series. By contrast, Giannis may not be a good shooter from mid-range to three point line, but he plays basketball the right way with the modest mentality and is willing to do everything to make the entire team better.
The Bucks are a well balanced team. They have upgraded their offense and defense by getting Jrue and Tucker. They have a reliable bench that can score and defend. They have a consistent scorer in Middleton. We all know Giannis who’s a monster offensively and defensively. Forbes has been playing well throughout the series. He shoots the ball light out and will be a huge x factor going to the next round and hopefully for the championship. The Bucks got their revenge from last year’s playoffs against the eastern conference finals Miami Heat.