Bucks at Celtics – Game 3
Kyrie (29 points) and the Celtics couldn’t hold back Giannis last Friday night, who scored 32 points to lead the Bucks to a 123-116 victory and a 2-1 lead in the series. George Hill of the Bucks stepped up with 21 points for the win too.
Warriors at Rockets – Game 3
With Warriors having a 2-0 lead in the series, this was a must-win game for the Rockets at their house last Saturday night. It was a close, high scoring, competitive game that went to OT! But it came down to disappointing misses, including a missed dunk from Curry and a dagger of a 3 from Harden that secured the Rockets’ win, 126-121.
KD scored 46 points, despite the losing effort.
Where are the Splash Brothers?! Curry hardly ever shows up in the Playoffs, but if they want to reach the finals again this year, he needs to show up.
They play again in Houston tonight.
Raptors at 76ers – Game 4
With the 76ers up 2-1, all 5 starters showed up with double figures to assist Kawhi, who led them to a 101-96 win.
Embiid of the 76ers, wasn’t as dominant yesterday, but it is said that he wasn’t well and was hooked up to an IV up to yesterday morning.
Nuggets at Trail Blazers – Games 3 and 4
CJ McCollum and Rodney Hood led the Trail Blazers to a 140-137 win in and epic 4th OT last Friday night! The win brought them to a 2-1 lead, but the Nuggets recovered in time to level the series at 2-2 last night with a 116-112 win in another close game. Dame time didn’t occur for the Trail Blazers depite McCollum playing well with 29 points and Rodney Hood shooting a late 3.
For the Nuggets, it was Murray (34 points) and Jokic who dominated again with 21 points and a triple double.
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By: Gabrielle Burgess
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