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TEMA: Bucks vs. Jazz final score: Milwaukee malaise cont

Bucks vs. Jazz final score: Milwaukee malaise cont 1 año 3 meses ago #1733

Jazz is a wonderful music, its free-flowing nature creating beautiful tunes that have permeated across almost every modern musical genre. Tonight, the Utah Jazz didn need any improvisation, following Quin Snyder masterfully composed sheet music all night as they routinely bullied Milwaukee in the paint and creating easy looks from the corners in a dominating 104-88 win over a sleepy Milwaukee team Michael Beasley Jersey. Giannis had his worst non-illness game of the year, looking generally uninterested in attacking the rim and putting up only nine points, six rebounds and four assists. Jabari, for his part, was probably the most aggressive Buck all night with a team-high 17 points and seven rebounds, but never managed to score enough to get Milwaukee within screaming distance of Utah. The single bright gleam amid this dark, dismal stretch of Bucks basketball was Thon Maker, who tallied 12 points, five rebounds, three blocks and a steal with some highlight rejections against Gobert and back-to-back-to-back three-pointers in the fourth.Utah obliterated Milwaukee all night, doing whatever they wanted offensively as Gordon Hayward had 27 points, four rebounds, five assists and three steals while Rudy Gobert managed 26 points and 15 rebounds. Isolation Joe Johnson was up to some old tricks too, firing away to reach 14 points, six rebounds and five assists. Milwaukee shot 43.8% tonight to Utah 46.8%, as the Jazz nailed 37.9% from deep compared to Milwaukee 39.1% night Even with a second half where Milwaukee nearly made up the 15-point free throw line margin the Jazz owned at halftime, they simply failed to dictate even one minute of this game. Utah dominated the tempo, playing even slower than their season average with a 91.5 pace tonight. They owned Milwaukee defense from beginning to end, and without Giannis or Moose taking on a forceful role offensively, the Bucks went softly into this night. Milwaukee started their scoring again tonight with a burst from Tony Snell and Matthew Dellavedova, as both hit three-pointers off dishes from Giannis in the opening minutes. The Thon Maker start seemed to pay off initially, tallying two quick blocks on Rudy Gobert and later recovering quickly into the lane to steal a pass intended for Jeff Withey, who had a free line to the hoop. Gordon Hayward starred for the Jazz, getting nine early points as the Bucks trailed 18-17 at the first break after Jabari Parker pawed ineffectively at a Rodney Hood corner three. Milwaukee finished the first quarter at 47.6% shooting, trailing Utah 30-27 as the Bucks’ bench continued Milwaukee hot start from deep, ending the period 5-8. Milwaukee second quarter highlights again featured Thon Maker, who got another block and alley-oop finish. However, Rudy Gobert got going at the rim with two relatively uncontested slams, and Joe Johnson hit the Jazz fourth three from the corner to provide a 42-35 lead. The Jazz continued crisp passing around the court, hitting backdoor cutters or Gobert with pocket passes as he rolled to the rim and Utah expanded their lead to 53-39. A lifeless Bucks team continued to get skinned, and a George Hill three-pointer capped off a lethargic second quarter as Milwaukee trailed 61-43 at halftime.It was another quiet half for Giannis and Jabari as Greg Monroe led the team with eight points. For Utah, Gordon Hayward scored 14 points with three rebounds and three assists while Rudy Gobert had 17 points and six rebounds, most of those points coming in the second quarter. Despite nearly identical shooting percentages, Utah went 17-20 from the free throw line while the Bucks only hit 2-7 in the half. A number of poor live ball turnovers from Milwaukee helped the Jazz score 13 points off 10 Bucks’ turnovers. Not great. Utah looked prepared to keep rolling in the second half, but Jabari Parker showed some meaningful aggression again, forcing his way to the hoop and bounding upwards for two emphatic slam dunks as Milwaukee trailed 68-50.
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