Denver (AFP) – The Denver Nuggets tied in the NBA playoffs against the Portland Trail Blazers. Denver won by 128: 109 in the second game of the Series Best of Seven.
Even the outstanding Damien Lillard, who won a second time by no less than 30 points in the first half, could not prevent his side’s defeat. The building player scored 42 points – including eight three-point shots – setting an NBA record for the three biggest throws in a single half. On the other hand, the Serbian beat Djukic by 38 points and eight rebounds. Despite their success, the Nuggets still have to win at least one match in Portland to regain their land advantage in the series.
Bucks wins admirably
The Milwaukee Bucks also won their second play-off match with ease. The Bucks beat the Miami Heat at home by a staggering 98: 132. Milwaukee was once again led by Greek superstar Giannis Antetokounmo, who scored 31 points, nine of which were in the first five minutes.
Twelve minutes later, the Bucks were already ahead with 26 points (46:20), achieving their best league result in a playoff match, and 10 of the 15 three-pointers were not achieved in the first quarter by the NBA. Team. The Bucks lead the series 2-0, and the next two games are now in South Beach.