The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as the Bucks, namely head coach Mike Budenholzer, are seemingly leaning towards keeping the team’s current starting five in place heading into Game 4 against the Toronto Raptors.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, the Bucks are likely rolling with their current starting unit into Game 4 against the Toronto Raptors, both the Bucks and the Raptors believe bounce back games will be in order following their grimy double overtime thriller and much more.
Anything can happen and there’s certainly room for some gamesmanship at this time of year as Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer has already displayed during the team’s playoff run. And he certainly didn’t tip his hand on whether he’d explore making a change to the team’s starting lineup going into Game 4 Tuesday night.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
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Milwaukee Bucks: 3 takeaways from 118-112 Game 3 loss to Toronto Raptors: I highlighted the three things that stood out in the Bucks’ double overtime loss to the Toronto Raptors in Game 3 from Sunday night.
Milwaukee Bucks: Player grades from 118-112 Game 3 loss to Toronto Raptors: Theo Konstantellos handed out grades toward the Bucks’ individual performances, head coach Mike Budenholzer and what the Raptors had to offer in the Bucks’ Game 3 loss to the Raptors.
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Notes: Budenholzer inclined to leave the lineup as it is heading into Game 4: Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported on the possibility that the Bucks change their starting lineup heading into Game 4 despite their recent woes and other notes surrounding the team.
Kawhi Leonard is getting the Bucks’ best defense — and he’s still leading the charge for the Raptors: Also of the Journal Sentinel, Lori Nickel touched on the stout defense Raptors superstar Kawhi Leonard has seen between Malcolm Brogdon, Khris Middleton and the Bucks as a whole and the perseverance he has displayed as a result.
NBA Playoffs 2019: Ahead of Game 4, Bucks and Raptors argue over who has been worse: CBS Sports’ James Herbert wrote on the mentality of both the Bucks and the Raptors and the comments various players made on their off day Monday following their grimy double overtime thriller in Game 3.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.