The Milwaukee Bucks got an easy win over the Dallas Mavericks in Madison. Here are the biggest five takeaways from that game.
The Milwaukee Bucks have (knocks on wood) looked pretty good thus far in two preseason games. Even without glue guy Khris Middleton, Milwaukee is 2-0 in the pointless games.
Milwaukee struggled early against the Chicago Bulls in their first preseason contest, but had no such struggles against Dallas. The Bucks jumped out to an early advantage, allowed Dallas to come back and then started to really take off.
Milwaukee led by ten after two quarters, sporting a 42-32 lead after the first half. That would only grow in the second period, as the Bucks cruised to an 88-74 victory over Dallas.
There were a lot of noteworthy events in this game, so to further explain exactly what happened we’ll go through the five biggest takeaways from the Milwaukee Bucks. This was an exciting game for the Bucks for a few reasons–maybe even more than five–but these will be the most vital bit of information from the big Bucks win.