’51 runs in the first quarter’ Milwaukee caught in the bottom of Charlotte

Milwaukee was hit by Charlotte.

The Milwaukee Bucks lost 109-138 in a home game against the Charlotte Hornets in the 2022-2023 NBA regular season held at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA on the 7th (Korean time). After two consecutive wins, Milwaukee came down to third place in the Eastern Conference.

Milwaukee was defeated by Giannis Antetokounmpo with 9 points and 4 rebounds in 22 minutes, and Zhuru Halladay with 12 points and 4 assists in 19 minutes. Because the game was tilted early, the main players did not digest much time.

It was a shocking first quarter. Milwaukee had absolutely no control over Charlotte’s offense. Charlotte trampled Milwaukee inside and outside the first quarter. Terry Rozier scored 17 points, including three 3-pointers, and Lamelo Ball and PJ Washington also scored, showing tremendous firepower of 51 points 토토사이트. Milwaukee scored 28 points in the first quarter, including 8 points from Grayson Allen, but the defense collapsed and gave way to the flow.

Milwaukee could not block Charlotte’s firepower even in the second quarter. Washington and Ball started the second quarter by giving a 3-point shot, and even after that, they could not find a clear solution. Milwaukee allowed 84 runs in the first half.

Milwaukee started chasing in the third quarter by injecting key players, but this time, it was unable to stop the triangular formation of Charlotte’s Rozier, Washington, and Ball. When the 3rd quarter also failed to chase, Milwaukee coach Mike Budenholzer raised the white flag by not injecting key players, including Antetokounmpo, into the 4th quarter.

Milwaukee is a defensive team that ranks third overall in defensive ratings this season. However, the outcome of the match was disastrous. It was a total mess, allowing 39 points to Rozier, 24 points on ball and 23 points to Washington. Milwaukee, who suffered a crushing defeat at home, is looking to change the mood by going on an expedition to New York on the 10th.

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