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With Giannis Antitokoumbo staying in the… pits, due to his injury, the Milwaukee Bucks said goodbye to the 2019-20 season.

The “deer” fought it against Miami, but the Heat took the victory (94-103) and the qualification for the finals of the Eastern Region with a score of 4-1.

The Bucks were looking for the miracle of miracles, with the absence of the Greek superstar making things unimaginably difficult.

John’s dream was finally “extinguished” for this year, with Spolstra’s team advancing solemnly and fairly to the next phase of the NBA.

In Game 5 the “deer” started very strong, creating expectations. They even led by 13 points (28-15), but the Heat responded quickly.

An aggressive blackout by Milwaukee in the third period was enough to put an end to any hopes of the Bucks. Miami took control of the match, closing the third twelve minutes at +9.

Budenholzer’s team tried to overthrow, with Crowder coming forward and putting a final tombstone in the dreams of the “deer”, scoring a three-pointer for 76-87.

For the Heat, the protagonists were Jimmy Butler and Goran Dragic who had 17 points each, while 16 were added by Jay Crowder and 13 by Bam Adebayo.

For the losers, Chris Middleton had 23 points but with 8/25 shots, while at 9 the very unlucky Eric Blencho was left with 2/12.

Miami took the victory and is waiting for the finals of the District, either the Celtics or the Raptors. On the other hand, the Bucks are on hot coals and are waiting for the next day that remains to be seen whether they will be with or without Giannis.

The twelve minutes: 28-19, 46-52, 64-73, 94-103.

Bucks (Budenholzer): Matthews 11 (3/3 two points, 0/3 three points, 5/6 shots), Middleton 23 (6/16 two points, 2/9 three points, 5/6 shots, 7 rebounds, 6 assists, 6 errors, 6 fouls), Brooke Lopez 15 (7/13 two points, 0/3 three points, 14 rebounds), DiVincenzo 17 (3), Blencho 9 (2/12 shots, 2 rebounds, 9 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocks), Hill 2 (1 / 8 shots), Conaton 3 (1), Williams 11 (1 3-pointer, 8 rebounds), Korver 3 (1).

Hit: Butler 17 (4/6 shots, 8/8 shots, 10 rebounds, 6 assists), Crowder 16 (4/9 three points, 6 rebounds), Adebayo 13 (4/9 two points, 5/6 shots, 6 rebounds), Robinson 2, Dragic 17 (7/15 shots), Hiro 14 (3 three-pointers, 8 rebounds, 6 assists), Iguodala 6, Nan 6, Olinik 12 (1 three-pointer, 6 rebounds).


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