The only NBA matchup on Thursday night was an elimination game for the Milwaukee Bucks. With their backs against the wall, they came out on top over the Brooklyn Nets for the win to force Game 7.
We broke down Thursday’s highly-anticipated matchup here.
No. 2 Nets 89, No. 3 Bucks 104
Series Tied 3-3
Although the game got close throughout, the Bucks had control of this game for most of the night. They jumped out to an 18-5 lead to start the game then finished the fourth quarter on a 15-0 run to extend the lead to as much as 20 and seal the deal.
James Harden attempted just nine shots, scoring 16 points, while Kevin Durant finished the night with 32 points and 11 rebounds. Khris Middleton was Milwaukee’s best player on Thursday, scoring 38 points to go along wih ten rebounds and five assists. Game 7 will take place in Brooklyn on Saturday.
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