Bucks 19 games 18 wins sit first in the league: the letter truce 3 people hit 20+ Bankello 20 points
NBA regular season Bucks road beat 134-123 Magic won 2 consecutive games, letters and Holiday two main force missing game, the past 19 games, Bucks 18-1 strong stable league first position; The Bucks took an early double-digit lead in the first quarter against the Eastern Conference’s top dog and kept the Magic at bay, with Loro, Middleton and Portis leading the league at 47-18 with a comfortable victory.
Statistics of data
Bucks – Senior Lopez 26 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 blocks and 1 steal, Middleton 24 points, 11 assists and 4 rebounds, Carter 24 points, 5 assists and 2 rebounds, Poties 16 points and 11 rebounds, Allen 8 points and 1 assist, Crowder 15 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists, Ingles 12 points, 6 assists and 2 rebounds, Connaughton 6 points and 5 rebounds
Magic – Senior Wagner 18 points, eight rebounds, three assists and two steals, junior Wagner 21 points, six assists and three rebounds, Fultz 16 points and four assists, Bankero was 7 of 18 from the field with 20 points, five rebounds and three assists, Suggs three points, two rebounds and two assists, Cole Anthony 23 points and four rebounds, Bittaze 12 points and eight rebounds
Man of the match
Big Lowe finished with 26 points on 9-of-14 shooting, and Carter was also hot in the paint, scoring 24 points on 9-of-13 shooting and scoring in the clutch to help the Bucks lock up an early win.
Tidbits of this scene
Giannis Antetokounmpo takes a break from the game and eats popcorn on the bench
Moment of light
Jevon Carter runs for three
Crowder ran into the defense for a 3
Daluo air connection split buckle
Ball long pass to set up Wagner’s two – handed slam
Fultz scored magnificently
Review of the game
In the first quarter, Lopez and Porties scored in the paint to give the Bucks an 8-2 lead, Bankello scored to stop the bleeding, Middleton answered with a 3-pointer, and Wagner fired inside and out and scored 10 points in a row to lead the Magic to a 12-4 lead. Loro made two free throws and a cake easy score, Carter hit a 3-pointer, and the Bucks settled down, Carter hit Bankello, The Bucks led by 14 points with Ingles and Crowder, and the Magic trailed by 10 points in the first quarter, 26-36, after Wagner Jr. threw and Bittaze dunked.
The second quarter, Middleton led the bench, the Magic outscored 11-3 and forced a timeout; Back from timeout, Middleton steps on Bittazer, who gets a Grade 1 foul, Middleton makes three free throws, Anthony drives and steals, Ingalls is fouled, Magic makes a free throw, Middleton throws, Wagner Jr. hits a 3-pointer, Big Law 2+1, Bittazer makes a putback, Big Law and Middleton lead the team to retake the lead, The Bucks led by 10 points at 70-60 at halftime.
After that, Carter hit two 3-pointers in a row. The Magic came back again, Lorre and Middleton led the way, Cole Anthony added three, Potties added four, Bankero hit two, Crowder scored seven points in a row, The Bucks suddenly lost fire, the Magic 7-0 to eight points, Carter two free throws to break the deadlock, three quarters of the game is still 10 points.
At the end of the quarter, the Bucks opened the gap 10-4 again, Carter followed up with a 3-pointer, Middleton scored a hard basket, Huustein responded with a 3-pointer, Wagner Jr. countered with a layup, Middleton made two free throws, Potties made a 3-pointer and a gliding layup, and Bankerori scored five points in a row. Against the Magic’s small team, the Bucks had an obvious inside edge, the Magic struggled, Fultz glided and dunked, Lowe AND CARTER answered with BASKETS, and CARTER MADE a layUP TO end the game for THE Bucks.
Bucks: Lopez, Middleton, Carter, Portis and Allen
Magic: Big Wagner, Bankello, Fultz, Suggs, and Little Wagner