This series is all tied up. The Milwaukee Bucks were able to get the job done, closing out the Brooklyn Nets by a score of 107-96.
Not only did the crowd bring it in the first quarter of Game 4, but so did the players. An entertaining and back-and-forth series of buckets scratched out a first quarter, as Brooklyn carried a small three point advantage into the second quarter, 26-23.
Basketball is truly a game of runs, and the second quarter epitomized that. After the Nets embarked on an 8-0 run (with KD on the bench) to begin the second quarter, Milwaukee flipped the scrip and provided an 11-2 answer of their own.