Here are the scores, updates, and results of the NBA 2020-2021 regular season match between the Golden State Warriors (GSW) and the Milwaukee Bucks (MIL) on April 7, 2021 (All times are in Philippine Standard Time) at the Chase Center.
The Golden State Warriors survives the matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks and became victorious at the end of the game.
Stephen Curry guided the Warriors to a win against the short-handed Bucks, tallying 41 big points, grabbed 6 rebounds, and dished out 4 assists in 38 minutes of action for the Warriors.
“Honestly, I’m enjoying the night. You could see a lot of emotion tonight from everybody,” Curry who had a terrific game shared. “We all knew how much we needed this, and you want to maintain that joy and energy and hopefully come Friday, Saturday put together two really good performances and give yourself a chance to win and sustain that.”
The Warriors see themselves being down 10 points late in the fourth quarter. But, because of their resilience, they manage to bring up a run on the Bucks and took the lead much more later within that quarter. Kelly Oubre Jr. was the player to secure the win for his squad after he converted 2 crucial free throws with only seconds remaining in the game. At the end of the game, Oubre chipped in 19 points and 6 rebounds.
“Tonight was a good example of just kind of hanging in there after things had gone south on us and Milwaukee built that big lead in the second half,” Kerr said. “Really loved the energy and just the competitiveness that got us a win.”
Kent Bazemore was blazing hot today, dropping all of his 4 three-point attempts from beyond the three-point arc. He ended the game with 18 points. Wiseman added 13 markers for the team.
Meanwhile, Middleton was relied on by the Bucks to help them win over the Golden State Warriors because their star player was not able to play in today’s game due to a sore left knee. Middleton scored 28 points and had 7 assists while shooting 10-19 from the field.
Knowing that their agile big man was not present in today’s game, Holiday stepped up and sprinkled 29 points and 5 assists. But he was not that careful handling the ball because he had 8 turnovers.
The Warriors rise up to 24-27 while the Milwaukee Bucks fall down to 32-18.
Bucks vs Warriors
Quarters: 26-28; 24-25; 38-30; 33-39
Warriors (122) – Curry 41, Oubre jr. 19, Bazemore 18, Wiseman 13, Poole 10
Bucks (121) – Holiday 29, Middleton 28, Teague 15, Portis 13, Antetokounmpo 10