The Milwaukee Bucks are in desperate need of a win against the stacked Brooklyn Nets. They are down 2-0 in their seven games series, with Game Three occurring in Milwaukee tomorrow night. In what is seen as a must win, they are getting some help from a pair of Net’s injuries:
Jeff Green and James Harden have been ruled out for Game 3 on Thursday against Milwaukee, Steve Nash says. Nash said both continue to show progress.
Green will play "sooner rather than later", per Nash.
— Malika Andrews (@malika_andrews) June 9, 2021
James Harden played in just 43 seconds of Game One before leaving with a hamstring injury. Kevin Duran and Kyrie Irving, however, have been more than the Bucks’ defense can handle and have carried the Nets to decisive victories. The Bucks’ loss in Game Two was the second-worst playoff defeat in team history. Milwaukee lost by 39, but railed by 49 points late in the game. In 2015, the Bucks lost 120-66 to the Chicago Bulls in the playoffs.
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