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Duke Brotherhood Playoff Watch: No Rings This Year

Cam Reddish was the last Blue Devil standing

Milwaukee Bucks v Atlanta Hawks - Game Six
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - JULY 03: Khris Middleton #22 of the Milwaukee Bucks brings the ball up court against Cam Reddish #22 of the Atlanta Hawks during the second half in Game Six of the Eastern Conference Finals at State Farm Arena on July 03, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia 
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The NBA playoffs move to the finals without a member of the Brotherhood as Milwaukee eliminated Atlanta in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, 118-107.

Cam Reddish continued to play well after returning from an injury that kept him out since February, scoring 21 points in 29 minutes and hitting 6-7 from behind the line and 7-12 overall. Reddish also had three boards, three assists and a steal.

So we’ll have to wait for next season to see if any former Blue Devils are in line for a ring.

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