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Antetokounmpo 32+20 Portis 24 points, Bucks 19 three-pointers, Magic 3 consecutive victories_rebounds

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Original title: Antetokounmpo 32+20 Portis 24 points, Bucks 19 three-pointers, Magic 3 consecutive victories

On November 21, Beijing time, the NBA regular season continued fierce battles, in which the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Orlando Magic 117-108 and ushered in a three-game winning streak. The Bucks made 19 three-pointers. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 32 points and 20 rebounds. Portis also scored 24 points and 15 rebounds.

Four quarters score (the Bucks are behind): 24-36, 26-26, 21-34, 37-21. Bucks: Giannis Antetokounmpo 32 points, 20 rebounds and 5 assists, Middleton 13 points, 5 rebounds and 8 assists, Portis 24 points and 15 rebounds, Jrue Holiday 11 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists, Gray Sen Allen had 16 points and 7 rebounds. Magic: Franz Wagner 14 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists, Okiki 13 points and 5 rebounds, Hampton 19 points, 5 rebounds and 9 assists, Mulder 13 points and 4 rebounds, Wendell Carter 8 points, Bamba 8 points and 7 rebounds, Jaylen-Suggs 14 points.

After the opening game, the Magic made 3 consecutive three-pointers, relying on three-point rain to suppress the Bucks offensive 9-6. Portis responded with 3 points and Antetokounmpo received a layup. Although Harris scored 2+1 inside, Holiday also hit 3 points. After Antetokounmpo made consecutive fouls and made 4 points, he scored in a single quarter. Scored 9 points. Since then, the Bucks played a wave of 18-2 attacks, rewriting the score to 29-14. After successive substitutions and adjustments, Bamba and Suggs responded with 3 points. Fortunately, Portis scored 4 points in a row. He scored 10 points in the first quarter, helping the Bucks lead 36-24 by 12 points in the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Middleton hit 3 points, ending a personal scoring drought. Wagner scored 2+1, but Middleton and Portis scored three more 3-pointers, and the Bucks led 51-35 by 16 points. Since then, the Magic’s substitute Okiki contributed 5 points and Allen made a three-pointer to stabilize the situation. Antetokounmpo made a strong dunk, but in the next 3 minutes, the Bucks only scored 3 points. Fortunately, the Magic didn’t shoot high. The Bucks barely maintained a lead of about 10 points. Before halftime, Antetokounmpo scored in singles. He contributed a double-double of 15 points and 13 rebounds in two quarters. The Bucks led 62-50 by 12 points.

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In the third quarter, the Magic shot consecutive shots in the 4 minutes before the start. Antetokounmpo and Portis scored 3 points in a row. After a wave of 13-0 attacks, the Bucks expanded the point difference to 75-50. 25 points. Bamba hit a 3-pointer to end the Magic’s scoring drought, Harris also hit singles, the Magic responded with a 7-2 spurt. At the crucial moment, Holiday hit a singles, Connaughton made a 3-pointer, and the Bucks responded with a 7-0 spurt. After three quarters, the Magic trailed by 25 points 71-96.

In the last quarter, the Magic started a 7-3 spurt, but Sanassis Antetokounmpo dunked and Allen hit a 3-pointer to stabilize the situation. With 4 minutes and 28 seconds left, the Magic made 3 three-pointers from the bench. After a 13-0 wave of attacks, the Magic chased the score to 101-107. Antetokounmpo made two free throws after returning to the court, and then dunked, expanding the point difference to 11 points. In the end, the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Orlando Magic 117-108, ushering in a three-game winning streak.

Magic starting: Suggs, Harris, Wagner Jr., Carter, Bamba

Bucks starting: Holiday, Allen, Middleton, Antetokounmpo, Portis

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