Excellent live news: on January 7, 2021 news, Milwaukee Bucks 130-115 Detroit Pistons
, The Bucks ushered in a 3-game winning streak.
It is worth mentioning that Pistons player Derrick Rose missed the second half of the game due to a strained right knee. Before leaving the game, Rose played 11 minutes and made 3 of 7 shots, contributing 10 points, 1 rebound and 1 assist.
In the first quarter, the Bucks started in a fiery state and quickly gained the upper hand. Antetokounmpo was very lethal on the inside and scored 5 points in a row. Coupled with Lopez’s three-point goal, the Bucks took a 12-2 lead at the beginning.
The Pistons performed mediocre on both offense and defense. In the first 3 minutes, only Ellington scored 2 points. However, the poor start did not affect their subsequent sudden explosion. Wright, Ellington and Grant scored three consecutive three-pointers and quickly entered the game.
The state, the Pistons who found the feeling started a crazy confrontation with the Bucks, but their defensive performance was so poor that their full-fire offense could not reverse the situation. At the end, Lopez, Middleton and Forbes responded with three points and three points.
In addition, Antetokounmpo scored 6 points in a row at the basket in the end, and the Bucks widened the point difference to 11 points at the last moment to end the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Sadie Bay came up and made another three-pointer, but the Bucks, who were all soldiers, immediately responded with a wave of 16-6 offensive climax, rewriting the score to 60-42.
Grant’s three-pointer still couldn’t stop the Bucks’ offensive, and the home team once again played a wave of 14-5 offensive, extending the lead to as many as 24 points.
Although Griffin made consecutive free throws and scored 4 points, Portis and Augustine hit three-pointers one after another to pay back. After halftime, the Bucks led 82-56.
The Bucks shot 65.2% from the field (30 of 46) and 63.2% of their three-pointers (12 of 19) in the half.
With the goal hitting the basket, the Bucks started with a 10-2 offensive to expand the lead to more than 30 points. Ellington and Grant made consecutive tip-ups to stop the bleeding for the Pistons.
After returning from the first timeout, the Bucks’ offense dropped somewhat, and the Pistons relied on Ellington and Griffin to score consecutive counterattacks to gain a slight upper hand.
Outburst, Middleton and Augustine teamed up to hit three three-pointers to defeat the Pistons’ defense again. Fortunately, Mikhailiuk responded with two three-pointers to stop the bleeding. After three quarters, the Bucks led the Pistons 108-82.
In the final quarter, the huge point difference made the final quarter a training time early. Pistons rookie Sadiq Beleren scored two three-pointers and the team had the upper hand. The Bucks scored consecutive points from Thanasis for the team.
In the substitute duel, the Pistons gradually gained the upper hand. Okafor, who had few chances, scored points one after another, causing some trouble for the team to slightly narrow the point difference.
However, the Bucks also replaced Antetokounmpo and Holiday and other starters afterwards. Relying on the huge point difference established before, Antetokounmpo and Middleton steadily scored points and did not give the Pistons a chance.
In the end, the Bucks took the Pistons lightly and ushered in a 3-game winning streak.
Pistons vs Bucks Full Game Replay
Pistons vs Bucks Full Game Replay
Scores and data of both sides: Scores in a single quarter: 33-44, 23-38, 26-26, 33-22 (Pistons first) Pistons (1-7): Grant 31 points and 9 rebounds, Ellington 12 points and 3 rebounds,
Griffin had 9 points and 5 assists, Ellington had 12 points and 3 rebounds, Sadiq Bay had 20 points, 10 rebounds and 3 assists, Mikhailuk had 8 points and 4 assists, Wright had 3 points and 2 assists.
Bucks (5-3): Antetokounmpo 25 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists, Middleton 23 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists, Holiday 10 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists, Portis 16 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists,
Vola had 11 points and 4 rebounds, Augustine had 8 points, 4 rebounds and 6 assists, and Forbes had 8 points.
Both sides start: Pistons: Ellington, Delon Wright, Grant, Griffin, Plumlee Bucks: Di Vincenzo, Holiday, Antetokounmpo, Middleton, Lopez