Celtics Bucks' Physical Play Makes Celtics Suddenly Look Average, The Boston Celtics looked anything but average

in their series against the Brooklyn Nets, sweeping them without much difficulty and looking like the team that 

could challenge the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference. Then the Celtics had to go play the Milwaukee 

putting up 11 points on 2-11 shooting. The rest of his team picked up the slack, as Khris Middleton led the way with 30

points and 12 rebounds, including a handful of big shots down the stretch to seal the victory for Milwaukee. The 

most shocking thing about last night’s Celtics-Bucks Game 4 is that it wasn’t that close. Despite a massive 

disadvantage in talent, Milwaukee dominated Boston 110-93 to even their series at 2-2 heading back to Boston for

Game 5. The victory was made possible by big games from Giannis Antetokounmpo (30 points, 10 rebounds, 10 

assists) and Eric Bledsoe (25 points, 9 assists), as well as a huge performance from Brook Lopez (27 points). But make

no mistake: A crucial part of Milwaukee’s win was how physical they were with Boston. It looked like they played

every second like they were down 0-3 instead of up 2-1. It should also explain why they did so. While many teams 

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