No Curry? No Problem.
11th win straight on the road
Golden State Warriors:
Kevin Durant: 26 points
Draymond Green: 21 points, 10 rebounds, 7 assists
Klay Thompson: 12 points
Giannis Antetokounmpo: 23 points
Eric Bledsoe: 21 points, 4 steals
Malcolm Brogdon: 12 points (5-20) fg in final quarter and 42.9% overall
Durant made 13 points in the opening quarter when Golden State made (16-24) fg attempts.
Nick Young hit the buzzer in 34-foot contested shot 3-pointer before the time expired. (36-27) GS leads
Durant scored 17 points in the first half, and they lead at the break by 63-49.
The Bucks trailled by 14 at halftime heated-up in the 3rd quarter. They made (6-8) 3points-attempts.
The Warriors closed Milwaukee to 4 points of the fourth quarter and used an 8-0 burst to take 94-86 lead. Durant scored 5 consecutive shots in short time.
Bucks couldn’t stop the scoring and defensing of the Golden State but they close enough for that and for the ‘2017 FINALS MVP’ Kevin Durant. They learned hard from that loss againt Golden State.
“Definitely wasn’t easy. They played tough and were physical with us all night. We just had to figure it out” Durant said in interview on ESPN after the game.