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Actually, If the Milwaukee Bucks can take any positives from just their second postseason loss in 12 games
And it was that the Raptors needed double overtime to defeat them with Giannis Antetokounmpo having an off game on the offensive end of the floor
But the third-year guard is making it challenging for Budenholzer to leave him on the bench after averaging 14.7 points off the bench in his first four playoff contests.
“I think the way Malcolm is playing, I think the punch he’s bringing us off the bench, both he and George
I would say we’ll continue to think about it and wrestle with everything, but generally speaking, I think that seems like it’s in a good place,”
Budenholzer said Monday while noting he is trying to find time for Brogdon and Middleton to play together and have both defend Leonard.
Antetokounmpo was held below 20 points in just one other playoff game this season
and he bounced back with a 41-point effort to help Milwaukee complete a sweep of Detroit in the first round.
The Bucks went 8-4 in the regular season the game after the All-Star forward was held below 20 points
with Antetokounmpo recording three 40-point games and 10 double-doubles while shooting 62.2 percent.
Antetokounmpo finished with 12 points on 5-of-16 shooting and committed eight turnovers, which overshadowed his 23 rebounds, seven assists, and four blocks.
He struggled some being guarded by Kawhi Leonard, but the “Greek Freak” was not the only player who failed to deliver his best game for Milwaukee.
Starting guards Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe each went 3 for 16 from the field
and finished with a combined 20 points and as many assists as turnovers (8).
They were bailed out by superb games off the bench from George Hill
and Malcolm Brogdon, who combined for 44 points while making seven of Milwaukee’s 14 3-pointers
However, Leonard put together a performance for the ages, scoring eight of his 36 points in the second overtime
to lift the Raptors while also totaling nine rebounds, five assists, two steals, and a block in 52 minutes.
He also flustered Antetokounmpo throughout Game 3 on the defensive end, earning plaudits from Raptors coach Nick Nurse.
Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer has been trying to gradually incorporate Brogdon back into the flow
Of course, after he missed the first eight games of the postseason with a plantar fascia injury that also sidelined him the final 13 regular-season