The Milwaukee Bucks got off to an inauspicious start in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Atlanta Hawks and trailed 15-2 at one point. However, after absorbing the Hawks’ most furious punch of the series, the Bucks maintained contact throughout the contest...even when it looked like ATL was about to pull away.
When the dust settled, the Milwaukee Bucks persevered and gutted out a 113-102 victory after a historic fourth-quarter performance (20 points) from Khris Middleton.
What We Learned
Giannis Antetokounmpo playing at the 5 unlocked Milwaukee’s offense and they did not look back after that.