The Milwaukee Bucks seem unable to break their streak of victories. The last time they were defeated in a game was the 22nd of January, and their current winning run of 16 games is the longest in the league since the Phoenix Suns won 18 games in a row earlier in the season.
The Bucks set a new record for the season with 23 three-pointers made in their most recent game, which also saw seven players finish with double-digit scoring totals.
Jrue Holiday contributed 23 points, four rebounds, and nine assists, while Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with a line of 31-7-6. Jrue Holiday also led the team in assists.
The Bucks are facing a formidable opponent in the Sixers, a strong contender in the Eastern Conference. Despite this, the Bucks have all the momentum going into their game against the Sixers tomorrow.
What exactly is going on with the Sixers?
The Sixers are among the best teams in the Eastern Conference, much like the Bucks, and they are presently in third place in their conference with a record of 40-22.
The Sixers could not overcome the 82 points Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving scored, even though Joel Embiid, James Harden, and Tyrese Maxey had excellent games against the Mavericks. Despite this, the Sixers were ultimately defeated.
The leading MVP candidate, Joel Embiid, concluded the game with 35 points and eight rebounds, while Harden had a double-double with 27 points and 13 assists, and Maxey scored 29 points.
Despite winning its previous five games in a row, Philadelphia has won just one of its most recent three games. Taking on the Bucks is a challenging proposition. Still, the Sixers’ victory against Milwaukee and the end of the Bucks’ winning run is encouraging evidence that they are on their way to becoming a true championship contender in the NBA.