Nets vs Bucks: Kevin Durant saves the day with a clutch three

Could this be the preview of the Eastern Conference finals? If so, this is going to be a very fun spring. Kevin Durant hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 36-seconds left in regulation. After a defensive stop, it was Brooklyn that took the first round of Nets vs Bucks with a 125-123 victory. 

The main headlines for Nets vs Bucks

Harden dazzled once again. In his second game, he added a double-double of 34 points and 12 assists in the Nets vs Bucks spectacular. Durant added 30 points, nine rebounds, and six assists. Joe Harris threw in 20 points, while DeAndre Jordan was a perfect 6-of-6 shooting from the field. 

The final minute of Nets vs Bucks

With 55.4 seconds left, Khris Middleton gave the Bucks a 123-122 advantage with a 27-foot three-point shot. Harden tried to put the Nets back on top but missed a long three. He grabbed his offensive rebounds and found Durant who knocked down the shot. Middleton missed two more three-point attempts in the final 30 seconds as the Nets game away victorious. 

No rust for Harden

Some thought that the way he was playing in his final days with the Rockets meant that Harden would not be able to play at an elite level. He is silencing those critics real quick. With another 30-point feat, he is looking like one of the best in the Eastern Conference. He put the rest of the league on notice. 


A Kyrie return could be soon

What will happen when Kyrie Irving returns? That’s now the question everybody is asking. Before the game, it was announced that Irving would miss his seventh game in a row. However, he is projected to start working out with the team again soon. This could be huge for the Nets franchise. 

Nets vs Bucks analysis and commentary

The Nets showed that offense can win games if compiled right away. In the Nets vs Bucks matchup, Brooklyn shot 54% from the field, and 48% from the three-point range. If they can continue this type of production regularly, no team in the league can stop them, even if they own a top-5 defense. 

Good to see DeAndre Jordan perform

Jordan has been battling Jarrett Allen for playing time but now that Allen is gone, he has to be the man. He has been going in and out of the rotation but tonight he stepped up. Jordan finished with a double-double of 12 points and 12 rebounds. 

All in for the win in Nets vs Bucks

Shockingly, the Bucks didn’t try to get Giannis the ball one time in their final attempt. Instead of going for the tie, the Bucks went for the dagger. Instead, Middleton missed three attempts from long range. Giannis is the best inside man in the league and the team was down two. Surely, one of those plays could have been drawn up for him. 

Looking ahead

The Nets improved to 9-6 on the season and will take on the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday. The Cavaliers are 6-7 on the season. 

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