Golden State Warriors didn’t amuse the Bucks, but they sure returned home happy.
This NBA season all eyes are on the teams which have their weaknesses and strengths under radar. Milwaukee Bucks is playing against, Golden State Warriors who for some reason have not been showing their best in the recent matches.
Until today, numbers favored Milwaukee Bucks because they managed to grab 16 wins from a total of twenty matches, whereas their competitors were not in their best form. Golden State Warriors were able to win only a match from their eight played games.
This is a little prejudice inducing score for the teams, but basketball is not about predictions. If timing and strategy go well for Golden State Warriors, they can roll back anytime.
Point guard positioned Wardell Stephen Curry, was named MVP two times in his NBA career which gives fans a reason to expect more. Warriors have disappointed their fans in the past and they eventually shifted focus towards Curry. Where Curry is putting up with growing expectations, their coach Steve Kerr faces backlash for not making adjustments.
On April 6, the team upset Milwaukee Bucks by sidelining their player Giannis Antetokounmpo. His left knee got sore and this didn’t sit well with the Bucks. Consequently, Kelly Oubre Jr. got to hit a couple of free throws to give them a point edge in 7.7 seconds game.
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However, Warriors didn’t let this shake them and Andrew Wiggins brought victory to Warriors by blocking Khris Middleton’s shot for three points. With all facts stated, Warriors broke their losing streak and Bucks fell 2.5 games behind Brooklyn Nets. They now sit third in the Eastern Conference.
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