It is one great match for Milwaukee Bucks and Oklahoma City Thunders as they are all set to be facing each other. On Friday night, the Milwaukee Bucks were able to secure a win of 108-99 over Charlotte while the Thunders picked a win of 122-116 over New Orleans. Previously, the match has served a major tough time with Bucks and Thunders.
Bucks Looking forward to Number Seven as Lucky Sign
After taking over Hornets on Friday night, Bucks were able to secure their sixth win. In the fourth quarter itself, the Bucks were able to win over Hornets by 32-12. Milwaukee received a major win with 46.1% over the 31 from three-point range. The team has been able to score 53-46 in the rebounding battle and has also received the 17 turnovers. It was all due to Giannis Antetokounmpo that the Bucks were able to secure such a high win. He helped the Bucks score 34 points, three assists, 14 rebounds, three steals and three blocks.
The Bucks are ranking 2nd in the game, ranking high over the others. It has been one of the best teams in terms of the offensive match. Players such as George Hill, Tony Snell, Malcolm Brogdon, Khris Middleton have helped Bucks reach high.
Oklahoma Thunders reaching out the pace
The win of Thunders over New Orleans in their home ground on Thursday night was the fourth game for them this season. By the Western Conference, they were able to secure a significant win. The Oklahoma Thunders with the help of Paul George and Russell Westbrook has been able to secure all the major games this season. It is above the offensive rate ranking in the 5th positive with the average points of 114.2 points per game.
The major players of the Oklahoma City Thunders include Andre Roberson, Raymond Felton, Patrick Patterson, Terrance Ferguson, Nerlens Noel, Alex Abrines and more.