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Los Angeles Lakers are aiming to put up An amazing performance and get themselves the best points when they take on the Bucks in another matchup.
The Milwaukee Bucks on the other hand will also be looking to get past the Lakers and put themselves in the winning spot when they they face Los Angeles Lakers.
Clearly, The Milwaukee Bucks have already punched their ticket to the postseason and are first place in the Eastern Conference with a 52-18 record.
And They are 2.5 games ahead of the Toronto Raptors, have won six of their last 10, but lost their last game.
Actually, The Lakers haven’t been officially eliminated from playoff contention, but they seem next on the chopping block with their 31-39 record, which has them at 11th in the Western Conference.
“Not having Malcolm, it’s a big loss, but at the end of the day we’ve got to play as a team,” Antetokounmpo said.
“We have a lot of guys ready that can step up, naturally, without forcing anything.”
In their last game, the Bucks lost 125-130 against another East power in the Philadelphia 76ers.
While Giannis went off for 52, 76ers center Joel Embiid also had 40 points and 15 rebounds.
The Bucks definitely missed Brogdon, but Nikola Mirotic started in his place, but only finished with two points and four rebounds in 24 minutes.
Khris Middleton had 19 points, seven rebounds, and six assists in the loss and Brook Lopez added 14 points.
D.J. Wilson has played well for the Bucks lately, so look for more minutes for him
If the Lakers were trying to make a last-ditch effort to get into that playoffs, that effort has failed miserably as the Lakers have lost eight of their last 10 games and seem just days away from being eliminated.
They seemed set up for a win in their last game going up against a New York Knicks team that had lost nine straight and had the league’s worst record.
They blew an 11-point lead late in the game and LeBron James was blocked with seconds remaining as the Knicks won 124-123.
“It never comes down to that final play,” Lakers coach Luke Walton said.
According to Walton, “It’s about the details of closing games out once you have that lead. It felt like we let our foot off the gas a little bit.”
Lakers Star, James finished the game with 33 points, eight assists, and six rebounds and Kyle Kuzma added 18 point
For the Lakers, They are 2-8 in their last 10 games and have lost their last three games heading into Milwaukee tonight
And also, In their last matchup, the Lakers hosted the Bucks on March 1, but the Bucks walked away with the win 131-120. Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Ingram had 31 points apiece.
Obviously, The Bucks will not only be without Giannis, who just had a 52-point game but Malcolm Brogdon is out as well after suffering a minor plantar fascia tear in a win against the Miami Heat.