Celtics and Bucks defined everything in the seventh game and were those from Boston who took advantage of playing in front of their fans to end the
Celtics and Bucks defined everything in the seventh game and were those from Boston who took advantage of playing in front of their fans to end the reign of the Milwaukee Bucks who they overwhelmingly surpassed with a score of 109-81.
The Celtics machine had an unexpected new hero, Grant Williams had the best night of his career and led Boston’s offense with 27 points, including seven 3-pointers. factor that was the difference in this meeting because while the Celtics hit 22 triples to set a record in game 7, the Bucks could barely hit 4 of their 33 attempts.
Giannis Antetokounmpo brushed the triple-double keeping 25 points, 20 rebounds and 9 assistsbut despair overtook him and he couldn’t be as effective.
Boston better their record in the hearty 7 games, now their record is 25 wins and only 9 losses throughout history. As of Tuesday he begins his path in the Eastern Conference Final, his rival will be the Miami Heat, team that defeated them two seasons ago when the NBA was played in the bubble of Orlando.