Big win for the Bucks who came back from -17 and beat the Knicks (111-107) at Madison Square Garden. Clutch Holiday, Lopez and Ingles did a great job for Milwaukee against the unstoppable Jalen Bronson.
It was the first in a four-game winning streak, while the former had lost eight in their last 14 matches. The Knicks and Bucks were on different stages… early Tuesday (10/1), but they had a great fight at Madison Square Garden, as the Milwaukee team came back from -17 down to win (111-107) their first of four straight games away from home he will play it.
The Bucks went 26-14 (16-5 at home and 10-9), with Giannis Antikonmo To find this time very strong props in the faces of Clutch Jr. Holiday, Brooke Lopez and Joe Inglis who showed incredibly in execution and creativity. The Stags looked weak in the first half and shot poorly, but from the end of the third period onwards, they always had answers. They finished with 19 three-pointers and 27 assists, with English making the difference and Mike Bodenholzer hoping Khris Middleton will soon be at his disposal. The experienced regional player missed the 12th consecutive game due to problems with his right knee.
The Knicks fell to 22-19 (10-11 home and 12-8 away), with Jaylen Brunson having one of the most spectacular performances of his career (scoring 44 points) and Emanuel Kwikley trailing behind, but Julius Randle breaking them mainly from the perimeter (1 /12 three-pointers) and not allowing his team to get the victory. Tom Thibodeau saw his players commit just seven turnovers, but not much creativity (16 assists) and relied almost exclusively on Bronson’s individual talent as he took nearly a third of his team’s tries.
The Milwaukee Bucks’ next opponent is the Hawks in Atlanta, Thursday morning at 02:30.
He had a quiet first half, on 2/4 shooting (1/2 2 makes, 1/2 3 made, 4/6 field goals), played 16:44 and found no rhythm and no passes. He made several open shots to those around him and did so in the second half, although he was very aggressive in the third. Without exaggeration, without blackmail, he again went to the extra pass and at the end of the night he was the first scorer, even if he was not so great. He doesn’t need that anymore, he just needs victories and he needs real support around him.
5/12 2 points
1/3 three points
9 earned fouls
+9 to +/-
44-30 points at bat, 4-4 points in upset, 9-35 points off the bench, 12-8 points from opponent fouls (was 10-0 in the first inning), 23-21 points from second chances, 12 more shots off The Knicks who scored one-fewer field goals in a game with six tackles and six changes lead in front of 18,167.
The beginning of the game was strange, as the Bucks took the lead in the first timeout (7-13 in 6 minutes), but two shots that were executed counted for 11 three-pointers, while the Knicks got 2/13 shots and eight misses. from the region. Budenholzer left Holiday with two errors and lost it by three before the five-minute mark, bringing Bronson to 17 (!) late in the period, which the home team finished unassisted.
With Giannis in the role of facilitator and with Connaughton-Beauchamp scoring from the corner kick, the Bucks kept the game balanced early in the second half. But again, Milwaukee didn’t have a good picture. Quickley’s Knicks found the support Bronson needed, and he built an eight-point lead (49-41) and closed the first half ahead despite shooting 34%, despite being 4/26 from three (15.4%), despite From the fact that Randall was 4/18. The fact that they only committed two errors helped, while the Bucks were good defensively, but not offensively.
With Randle scoring five runs early in the second inning, the Knicks went +9 (57-48) and +11 (62-51) with Quickley taking over. They even went +17 (70-53) midway through the third period, as Randle did an amazing job with power on defense and offense. And just when all seemed lost for the Bucks, a 10-0 lead helped cut it to six, with 3-pointers from Engels and Beauchamp late in the 12th minute, while Antetokounmpo played it all to stay off the bench early on. the fourth.
Lopez and Allen made three-pointers for 81-79, Engels scored his fifth and the Bucks advanced (82-81) with Giannis taking a breather and turning to continue balancing scoring and formation. Bronson and Holiday made big baskets, Lopez scored 97-100 from the right corner, Bronson hit back, but after an offensive rebound Holiday had the ball and gave a four-point lead (99-103) at 47″ that didn’t turn over as he shot for 105 -109.
For the record, bucks were 4/14 of three in the first, 3/8 in the second, 4/10 in the third and 8/17 in the fourth. in which they only made one mistake.
the dodecalepta: 22-22, 51-46, 78-73, 107-111
New York Knicks (Tom Thibodeau): Grimes 4 (1/7 shooting, 8 rebounds, 2 steals), Randle 25 (8/17 2-point, 1/12 3-point, 6/7 shots, 16 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals, 3 turnovers, 3 fouls at 39:46), Robinson 2 (8 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals), Bronson 44 (11/20 2 throws, 4/10 3 shots, 10/10 blocked shots, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 turnovers in 38:39), Quickley 23 (6/8 2 shots, 3/6 3 shots, 2/3 shots, 4 rebounds), Hartenstein (0/6 shots, 4 rebounds), Tobin 3 (1) McBride 3 (1) Fournier 3 (1)
Bucks Milwaukee (Mike Budenholzer): Giannis Antetokounmpo 22 (5/12 2-pointers, 1/3 3-pointers, 9/12 shooting, 10 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 sets, 4 turnovers, 2 fouls at 36:25), Konnaughton 11 ( 3/7 3-pointers, 11 rebounds, 4 assists), Lopez 17 (3/9 3-pointers, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 blocks), Allen 11 (2), Holiday 15 (3/9 3-pointers), 5 rebounds, 9 assists), Carter, Portis 10 (5/6 2-pointers), Engels 17 (1/3 2-pointers, 5/11 3-pointers, 3 rebounds, 5 assists), Beauchamp 8 (2 3) – points, 5 rebounds)
New York Knicks stats: 27/59 2-pointers, 11/41 3-pointers, 20/22 blocked shots, 59 rebounds, 16 assists, 8 steals, 1 block, 7 turnovers, 14 fouls
Milwaukee Bucks stats: 20/40 2 made, 19/49 3 made, 14/18 blocked shots, 59 rebounds, 27 assists, 3 steals, 5 blocks, 14 turnovers, 17 fumbles
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