This is a match of National Basketball Association between Milwaukee Bucks and Detroit Pistons, at Fiserv Forum, the home of Milwaukee. This will be 5th teams meeting in this season. We think Milwaukee Bucks versus Detroit Pistons is an exciting match, so please review our thoughts here below.
Bucks have the best winning percentage in the league 0.732% with 60 wins and only 22 losses. That is very impressive, the only thing that might concern the fans are the last team games, as they suffered 3 losses in their last 6 games, however, these games had no importance for them as they already had secured 1st place in the east. With Giannis in front, this team is sure to consider to advance to NBA finals, however, they have a long way to make it.
Giannis is one of the favorites to MVP title and not without the reason, averaging 27.7 points per game, 12.5 rebounds and 5.9 assists per game he is the true team’s leader, and in the playoffs, he will be irreplaceable. Big help comes from Eric Bledsoe 15.9point per game and 5.5 assists. Malcolm Brogdon as well has his say with 15.6 points per game. This team has young players who are motivated to win, they know they can do it, and to stop them will be very difficult as their results are showing.
Pistons managed to clinch the playoffs, after all, however, their last poor performances do not show their capabilities. Everyone expected much better results, as they managed to sign Griffin, considering Drummond and Griffin under the rim, it seems impossible to stop them, however, they only managed to win only half their matches, barely making to the playoffs, and earning 8 places. In their last 10 games, they only won 4, considering that the playoffs where on the stake, it doesn’t show teams motivation.
Pistons key players are Griffin and Drummond if these players won’t find a way to perform better it will be very difficult to make at least 1 win against the East number one. The big help is expected from R.Jackson who averages 15.4 points per game, it is possible that after making to playoffs some of the pressure is dropped, but still, they have a long way to be even considered a danger to Bucks.
Teams have faced each other 4 times, all four times Bucks have won, and this time it won’t be any different.
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