Milwaukee beats Detroit to option second place in NBA Eastern Conference

The Milwaukee Bucks moved to the Detroit Pistons on Friday in the NBA. And the defending champions returned from Michigan with a very large victory (131-101), against an opponent who has nothing more to expect from his season (penultimate in the conference). With that success, the Bucks secured second place in the Eastern Conference.

They are even now very close to finishing the regular season in this rank, behind Miami and ahead of Boston, while the season will end on Sunday. Milwaukee has its destiny in its hands. The Wisconsin franchise is one win ahead of the Celtics and will finish second if successful in Cleveland on Sunday. At the same time, Boston will travel to Memphis.

30 points in 28 minutes for Antetokounmpo

The game against Detroit was quickly settled on Friday. After one quarter, the Milwaukee Bucks were already leading 30-8. Giannis Antetokounmpo only played 28 minutes, enough time for him to score 30 points (9/16 in shooting including 1/3 from three points), take 13 rebounds and distribute eight assists. Brook Lopez (17 points) and Khris Middleton (15 pts) also contributed to the success of Milwaukee, which is now on a three-game winning streak.



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