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Los Angeles : Kevin Durant scored 32 points and assisted 6 assists to lead his Brooklyn Nets to achieve its largest win in its history in the playoffs against the Milwaukee Bucks 125 86 Monday, in the second game of the series of semi-finals of the Eastern District of the NBA with a ball Basketball, to lead the Nets by 2 zero.
The lead of the hosts reached 49 points in some periods, to end the meeting with a difference of 39 points in front of 15,700 spectators who crowded the “Barclays Center Arena” and watched the biggest victory for the Nets in the “Playoff” with the largest difference since they beat the Golden State Warriors in the regular league by a difference 41 points with a score of 129 88 in February 2020.
And starred in the ranks of the winner Kyrie Irving with 22 points, including 4 three-pointers, and Joe Harris and Bruce Brown Jr. with 13 points each.
“We still have a long way to go,” said Durant, who scored 30 or more points for the fourth time in the Playoffs, adding, “When we play hard together, beautiful things happen.”
The Nets missed James Harden’s efforts due to a hamstring injury he suffered in the first minute of the first game he won at home against the Bucks 115 107.
The curse of injuries pursued the Nets stars, reducing the roles of the trio Durant, Irving and Harden with each other on the field, as they only played 8 matches together in the regular league.
Nets succeeded in limiting the attacking efficiency of the Greek Pax star Yannis Antetokounmpo, who was satisfied with 18 points, despite achieving the “Triple Double” with 11 rebounds and 10 assists, but his achievement did not prevent his team from falling 2-0 in the playoffs for the second season in a row.
Chris Middleton added 17 points and his colleague Gro Holiday added 13, while Brooke Lopez and Brian Forbes scored 10 points each.