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For the Nets, Kevin Durant hit just 11-of-28 shots, Joe Harris was 1-of-11, Kyrie Irving was 9-of-22 and Bruce Brown did his best James Harden impression for 16 points, 11 boards and three assists on 8-of-17 shooting. However, Brown couldn’t close when he missed a driving layup late that allowed the Bucks to secure the win. The Nets hit just 36 percent of their shots in a low-scoring game and while the Bucks didn’t shoot it much better (38 percent), the two percent advantage ended up being the difference in the game. The Bucks won this game because of home court and they’ll need Middleton to do it again in Game 4, and will have to hope the Nets continue to struggle with their shooting. If you played Brown and Middleton in DFS tonight, you probably won some money. Game 4 is in Milwaukee on Sunday.Los Angeles Lakers face coverings

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To outlast Dallas in seven games, one of Lue’s most influential tactical changes was calling on Batum to start as part of a smaller lineup beginning with Game 4. When Batum sat while Luka Doncic played, the Clippers were picked apart, outscored by 44 points in 87 minutes. Yet during the 194 minutes that the young Slovenian superstar and veteran Frenchman overlapped, the advantage flipped, with the Clippers outscoring Dallas by 37. In the last four games, Batum deflected a team-high 17 passes.Chicago Bulls face coverings

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Jokic took a wild swing at the Suns' Cameron Payne, hitting Payne across the face as he made a hard swipe to knock the ball loose. The foul came after Jokic didn't get a call on a one-handed runner, as he briefly glanced over at a referee and gestured.Utah Jazz face coverings

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"We've had an adverse season," said Brooklyn coach Steve Nash, who might've won a title in 2005 instead of Marks and the Spurs had Nash's Suns star teammate Joe Johnson not gone down with a broken bone in his face in the second round of the playoffs.

Nope, in this case, it was a Tim Hardaway statistical achievement that was equaled. One of the three players that defined the short-lived but fondly-remembered Run TMC era, Hardaway spent the first six seasons of his career in Golden State and helped put the franchise back on the map.
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''I've coached a lot of games where guys haven't had it all night but they're still your guys,'' coach Doc Rivers said, adding he would take Embiid ''whether you've got it going or not.''Orlando Magic face coverings