3 Studs, 3 duds from Milwaukee Bucks' huge win over the Boston Celtics

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Dud - Pat Connaughton

Pat Connaughton is another player who didn't necessarily have a terrible game, but his impact wasn't really felt. He finished with just four points on 2-for-6 shooting, and his experience has been key for the Bucks in previous postseason runs. Again, he is another player who will have to add more from the bench in terms of scoring as well as his energy on defense.

His shooting splits since March have been down to 38 percent from the field and just 28.6 percent from deep. Tuesday night, he missed his only shot from three, and Milwaukee will need him back up to the season average of 43.6 percent from the field and 35 percent from three.

Similar to Beasley, Connaughton is likely to remain within the rotation, but Green having another good shooting night and outscoring both in fewer minutes could see him work his way into the shortened rotation as he is a career 41.5 percent shooter from deep, which is so valuable in the playoffs. Defensively, he may not be the same, but when a shot is needed, there aren't many better than him on the Milwaukee Bucks roster.

It was not Connaughton's worst night by any means, but he will need to really bring it in the final few weeks if the Bucks are to hold onto the two seed and also make a postseason run.

Stay tuned for more Milwaukee Bucks analysis with the regular season coming to an end and the playoffs being just around the corner.