Wow! is all I can say I did not see both Milwaukee and Toronto down 0-2 in their respective series. I mean Boston is a very good team with great not good great scorers, in Jayson Tatum, Kemba Walker and Jaylen Brown. Jayson to me has been the difference maker for the Celtics especially in game two when scored 34 points.
Marcus was also another difference as he dropped five three-pointers in a matter of 3:04. Kemba Walker also put 16 points after going 0-8 in the early moments of the game. The baffling thing is how the Raptors let a 12 point lead slip away so easily. More puzzling than the score was the fact the Raptors backcourt was 13 for 38 shooting not good enough.
The question now is can the Raptors come back well the only for that to happen is Toronto big boys, have to play big boy basketball. Pascal Siakam, Kyle Lowry, Norman Powell, Marc Gasol and Steady Freddy VanVleet neeed to bring the A plus game on Thursday.
Can the Bucks stop Butler:
Jimmy Butler of the Miami has been a thorn in the side of the Milwaukee Bucks in the last two games, dropping 40 points in game one on Monday night and 13 Points on Wednesday night as the Heat won 116-114.
Meanwhile, the NBA’s MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo had score 29 for the Bucks on Wednesday and still managed to lose the game. I can’t figure out for the life of me why the Bucks are down 0-2 in the series; I mean to me the Bucks should be the better team in this series and they need to be.
Milwauke can’t take the Heat lightly pardon the pun, game 3 has to be all Bucks from start to finish.