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Antetokounmpo cuts 26+13, LeVille 23 points, Bucks, 6 people, double captures Pacers_Holedi_Game_NBA

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Original title: Antetokounmpo cut 26+13, LeVille 23 points, 6 Bucks, double capture Pacers

On November 29th, Beijing time, the 2021-22 NBA regular season continued. The Indiana Pacers played against the Milwaukee Bucks at home. In the end, the Bucks beat the Pacers 118-100.

Single quarter score: 26-26, 26-21, 39-27, 27-26 (The Bucks are in front)

In terms of data, the Bucks, Antetokounmpo 26 points and 13 rebounds, Holiday 23 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists, Portis 15 points and 6 rebounds, Middleton 14 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists, Connaughton 14 He scored 7 rebounds, and Hill had 13 points and 6 rebounds. For the Pacers, LeVille 23 points, Brogdon 16 points, Holiday 10 points, and Duarte 10 points.

After the game started, Antetokounmpo succeeded and helped the Bucks open the record. After that, Justin Holiday responded with a three-pointer from the outside to help the Pacers score points. After that, the Bucks succeeded in successive strong attacks, and the Pacers also used three-pointers to fight back. After that, Portis scored 5 points in a row to help the Bucks take the lead and directly stopped the Pacers. After coming back from the timeout, the Pacers continued to feel poor, and although the Bucks were not shooting high, Middleton and Antetokounmpo used two strong attacks to expand the difference to 9 points. Subsequently, Brogdon made a successful throw and helped the Pacers stop the bleeding. After that, the two teams attacked and defended each other, maintaining a high shooting rate. Although the Pacers struggled to chase points, the Bucks responded frequently and kept the lead. In the second half of this quarter, the Pacers hit three-pointers one after another, and directly tied the score after Craig Biao made three-pointers. At the end of this section, the two teams drew 26.

After the start of the second quarter, Portis made a layup and helped the Bucks take the lead again. After that, the Pacers have been unable to open up the situation for a long time, while the Bucks are more blooming. After Middleton’s jumper succeeded, the Bucks helped the Bucks to take an 8-point lead and directly stopped the Pacers. After returning from the timeout, the Pacers missed a three-pointer, and Holiday made a breakthrough to help the Bucks widen the point difference to 10 points. Later, Justin Holiday dunked and helped the Pacers stop the bleeding. After that, the two teams fell into a tug of war, the score staggered, and the Bucks kept the lead. In the second half of the quarter, LeVille succeeded in a series of strong attacks, helping the Pacers to reduce the point difference to 4 points. Subsequently, George Hill succeeded in a jumper to help the Bucks stabilize the situation. Since then, Antetokounmpo scored points one after another to help the Bucks maintain the lead. By the end of this quarter, the two teams had offensive and defensive, and the point difference has been maintained at around 5 points. At the end of this section, the Bucks temporarily led the Pacers 52-47.

After the start of the third quarter, Brogdon hit a three-pointer to help the Pacers narrow the gap. Then, although Antetokounmpo responded with a dunk, the Pacers then hit a three-pointer, narrowing the difference to only 1 point. Subsequently, Holiday and Antetokounmpo continued to storm to help the Bucks stabilize the situation. After that, the two teams fell into a confrontational battle, the score staggered, and the Bucks kept the lead. In the middle of this section, the Pacers suddenly misfired again, and the Bucks took the opportunity to hit a 9-2 climax and once again expanded the difference to double digits. After that, although the Pacers improved slightly on the offensive end, the Bucks have always maintained a fiery touch and continued to expand their points at the end of the quarter. At the end of this section, the Bucks temporarily led the Pacers 91-74.

After the start of the fourth quarter, Justin Holiday made a jump shot to help the Pacers chase points. Then, Middleton also hit a three-pointer to help the Bucks continue to expand their lead. After that, the Bucks continued to attack. After Antetokounmpo dunked, the Bucks expanded the point difference to 20 points and directly stopped the Pacers. After returning from the timeout, Kailan Martin stormed to cause damage, and then used a free throw to help the Pacers stop the bleeding. Then, the two teams had offense and defense. Although the Pacers struggled to chase points, the Bucks also responded frequently. The difference between the two teams has been more than 15 points. In the middle of this section, the Pacers called a timeout again, and then directly replaced the pure substitute lineup, and the game entered garbage time. In the end, the Bucks beat the Pacers 118-100. (pea)

Starting lineup:

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

Pacers starting: Justin Holiday, Sabonis, Turner, Le Vere, BrogdonReturn to Sohu to see more

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