Night to forget about the Milwaukee Bucks. The Wisconsin team lost at home to the Atlanta Hawks (88-110) in Game Four of the NBA Eastern Conference Final.
A defeat that is overshadowed by the injury to Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Bucks’ main star, the Greek winger (14 points, 8 rebounds) pulled out of the game in the third period, with a hyperextension of his left leg after trying to stop Clint Capela’s alley-oop. See the video:
In the Hawks, Lou Williams turned out to be the standout with 21 points, who, assisted by Bogdan Bogdanovic (20 points) and Clint Capela (15 points and just one missed throw), helped to make up for the absence of the big star Trae Young, to remedy a foot problem.
With the series tied (2-2), the two teams now meet again at dawn on Friday, in Milwaukee.