Game 4: Milwaukee Bucks 103 Brooklyn Nets 96 Grades & Reactions

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Nov 2, 2015; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Milwaukee Bucks head coach Jason Kidd coaches against the Brooklyn Nets during the second quarter at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Jason Kidd, B

  • After the game, Kidd commented that someone was always going to have to play heavy minutes in this game. That’s how Jerryd Bayless ended up playing almost the entire game, but with Chris Copeland, Rashad Vaughn and Damien Inglis all in reserve, it’s hard to see exactly where Kidd was coming from.
  • Whether it was more of an adjustment from the players or whether it came directly from Kidd and his staff, Milwaukee made an interesting change offensively going down the stretch tonight. When they had to score, Michael Carter-Williams would bring the ball up the floor, before dropping it off to Giannis and allowing him to initiate a play to get the ball to Monroe inside. That’s as simple as allowing each player to do what they’re best at.

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