In Sunday’s Duke Brotherhood playoff action, Milwaukee pulled away from Atlanta late to win 113-102.
Cam Reddish, who got minutes in the Game 2 blowout, didn’t play here and we didn’t necessarily expect him to in a tight game.
Khris Middleton and Giannis Antetokounmpo combined for 71 points.
Atlanta’s Trae Young said he’d do better than his weak 15 points in Game 2 and was as good as his word, more than doubling his output with 35 points
On Monday, Luke Kennard and the Los Angeles Clippers will try to stave off elimination down 3-1 to former Wake Forest star Chris Paul and the Phoenix Suns.
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