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Highlights: Heat Vs Bucks Game 5 | Eastern Conference Semi-Finals | 2020 NBA Playoffs

by | Posted on: September 9th, 2020 | No Comments |

Here are the highlights of the Game 5 Eastern Conference Semi-Finals match between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Miami Heat which was scheduled on September 9, 2020 (Local Time).

The Giannis-less Milwaukee Bucks gets defeated by the Miami Heat in Game 5

The Heat was just outstanding throughout the game as they hit 35 out of their 73 attempts, which is 48%. Meanwhile, The Bucks did not really play well as they only hit 33 in their 91 attempts.

The Heat got 6 players in double figures in Game 5. Those players are Adebayo, Butler, Crowder, Dragic, Olynyk, and Herro.

“Jimmy Buckets” finished the game with a double-double performance as he scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Not only that, but he also went perfect in the foul line as he hit 8 out of his 8 attempts.

The player from Slovenia, also a veteran for the Heat squad, Goran Dragic, also scored 17 points and drained 2 three-point shots.

Jae Crowder also contributed as he scored 16 points, grabbed 6 boards, and hit 4 three-pointers.

On the contrary, despite their effort to force a Game 6, the Bucks just couldn’t stand the heat of the Miami Heat as Middleton scored 23 points and went poor beyond the three-point line as he only hit 2 of his 9 attempts.

The 17th pick of the 2018 NBA Draft, Donte DiVincenzo scored 17 points and hit 3 three-pointers.

The Miami Heat will cruise into the Eastern Conference Finals.

Milwaukee Vs Miami Game 4 Box Score

Heat (103) – Butler 17, Dragic 17, Crowder 16, Herro 14, Adebayo 13.

Bucks (94) – Middleton 23, DiVincenzo 17, Lopez 15, Matthews 11, Williams 11.