Player grades from Milwaukee Bucks’ Game 3 Win vs. Chicago Bulls

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Milwaukee Bucks: Wesley Matthews, Chicago Bulls: DeMar DeRozan
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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Chicago Bulls Game 3 Grades: Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: F

The Chicago Bulls were outplayed by the Milwaukee Bucks in literally every aspect of this game, field goal percentage, 3-point percentage, free throw percentage, assists, rebounds, steals, blocks and turnovers, all advantage Bucks.

DeMar DeRozan in Game 2 had the best playoff game of his career, scoring 41 points on 16-of-31 shooting. The Milwaukee Bucks clamped DeRozan in Game 3, DeRozan was only able to get 11 shots off and made four, finishing with just 11 points. DeRozan did add five rebounds and four assists but also three turnovers.

Nikola Vucevic, Zach LaVine, and Alex Caruso played decent to solid games but the Bulls suffered a big drop off from Patrick Williams. In Game 2 Williams scored 10 points on 5-of-9 shooting, he took nine shots again in Game 3 but made none of them, finishing with just one point. Williams in Game 2 grabbed nine rebounds and contributed three assists, Game 3 he only corralled four rebounds and dished just one assist.

The question of can the Milwaukee Bucks still win without Khris Middleton and will others step up in his absence while they await his return was answered with an emphatic yes.

dark. Next. 3 Milwaukee Bucks that must step up with Khris Middleton sidelined

Hopefully more of the same is in store for Sunday’s Game 4, which will tip-off at 12:00 p.m. CST on ABC.