Giannis and Kevin duel in Game 7 buzzes the NBA

The final game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Milwaukee Bucks had everyone firmly seated.

Both teams gave it their all to win and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. As a result, the game became one of the most exciting matches of the NBA playoffs’ seven-game series.

In the end, the Bucks stunned the Nets fans by winning Game 7 in overtime. The Bucks defeated the Nets 115-111 to secure a spot in the Eastern Conference Finals.

Despite Kevin Durant’s historic performance, the Bucks always found a way to win despite the Nets’ strong start.

Despite the loss, Kevin Durant’s performance had the entire NBA buzzing, and Giannis Antetokounmpo also stunned the Nets crowd with his brilliant performance.

They both set some records with their Saturday night performance.

In the first quarter, the Nets took the lead.

The Bucks began the quarter with back-to-back three-pointers by Brook Lopez and PJ Tucker, resulting in a 6-0 run.

Durant then responded with a jumper and a three-pointer back-to-back.

With 7:48 left in the quarter, Joe Harris’ three-pointer gave the Nets a five-point lead.

Giannis retaliated with a three-pointer and a layup.

They were 18-19 when Jrue Holiday hit a jumper to take the lead.

The Nets cut the lead to one point after Kevin Durant passed the ball to Bruce Brown Jr for a layup.

With just over 2 minutes left in the first quarter, he quickly took a shot before falling down to give the Nets the lead.

Off balance and falling… KD somehow manages to bank it! @Bucks 25 @BrooklynNets 28 #NBAPlayoffs


— NBA (@NBA) 20 June 2021

Before the quarter ended 28-25, Khris Middleton hit a long jumper to give the Nets the lead. The Nets have maintained their lead.

The Nets led the Bucks by six points about a minute into the game. Blake Griffin made a three-pointer off a pass from James Harden. Brown scored on Durant’s pass, cutting the lead to two points. They were 36-33 when Durant blocked Middleton’s rim shot.


June 20, 2021 — Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets)

On the next possession, Griffin tipped off Durant’s miss, and Pat Connaughton responded with a three-pointer off Giannis’ pass.

Harden scored on Griffin’s pass to give the Nets a five-point lead.

On the next possession, Durant added a three-pointer, and Lopez responded with a layup. Following that, Durant missed a runner, and Harden scored after being blocked by Lopez.

With 29.4 seconds remaining, Jrue hit an alley-oop to Giannis for a one-handed dunk. As a result, the quarter ended 53-47, with the Nets leading by six points at the half.

In the third quarter, the Bucks make a comeback.

PJ Tucker hit a three-pointer, and the Bucks went on a 7-0 run to take a one-point lead with two minutes remaining in the third quarter.

Durant knocked down a fadeaway jumper.

They were 57-55 after a steal by Middleton and a layup in transition by Lopez. Durant then hit a three-pointer, giving the Nets a one-point lead.

While Giannis made a three-pointer, Tucker also made a three-pointer. Harris responded with a three-pointer, and Griffin drove to the basket for a layup.

Brook Lopez hit a three-pointer to give the Bucks the lead at 67-68.

#NBAPlayoffs @Bucks 72@BrooklynNets 71 Giannis works inside and kicks out to Brook Lopez for 3!


— NBA (@NBA) 20 June 2021

Following that, Giannis made a layup, extending the lead to four points with 4:30 left in the quarter.

Harden hit a three-pointer, and Connaughton responded with a three-pointer of his own.

Middleton came up with a putback on Jrue’s miss in transition after picking up Harden’s miss pass.

As a result, with 47.5 seconds remaining in the quarter, the game was tied at 79-79.

Jrue Holiday assists Giannis for a dunk, and the Bucks take the lead.


June 20, 2021 — Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks)

The Bucks led 82-81 at the end of the quarter.

Durant is forced to play overtime in the fourth quarter.

Harden took the lead with a hook shot to begin the fourth quarter.

With 9:25 left in the quarter, Giannis hit a mid-range jumper to tie the game at 86-86.

On the Nets’ next possession, Harris hit a three-pointer and Durant hit a long jumper.

Middleton immediately responded with a long jumper.

They were 91-96 when Jrue hit a three-pointer with 5:22 left in the quarter.

Giannis made a layup to cut the lead to two points. And Harden responded with a three-pointer that beat the shot clock.

Similarly, Giannis responded with a layup, tying the game 101-101 with 2:45 left in the quarter.


June 20, 2021 — Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks)

Jrue made a basket, knocking down a three-pointer. Durant responded with a fadeaway jumper.

Durant followed with a layup, cutting the lead to two points.

They were 109-105 when Durant hit a jumper to cut the lead to two points.

He then hit a long jumper with only a few seconds left in the game to tie the game.


June 20, 2021 — Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets)

As a result, the score was 109-109.

As a result of the missed shot, Durant forced the game into overtime.

In overtime, the Bucks took the lead.

Brown made a layup to give the Nets the lead. Giannis responded with a hook shot.

And the game was tied at 111-111 with just over a minute remaining.

Lopez made a crucial rim-blocking block on Durant.

Middleton then hit a jumper with 40.1 seconds remaining in the game.


June 20, 2021 — Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks)

Durant was unable to hit a three-pointer, and as a result, the Bucks won the game.

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