Milwaukee Bucks makes history at the NBA basketball tournament

Milwaukee Bucks currently has an extremely impressive performance at the American, NBA professional basketball tournament. In addition, the team from the East is temporarily leading the NBA with a 48-8 record.
Milwaukee Bucks currently has an extremely impressive performance at the American, NBA professional basketball tournament. In addition, the team from the East is temporarily leading the NBA with a 48-8 record. With this achievement, Milwaukee Bucks is really a very good team at the present time.

And why is it a good team for Milwaukee Bucks? Because with the latest victory against Philadelphia 76ers with the score of 119-98, Milwaukee Bucks wrote the history of going straight to the Playoffs before the Playoffs took place in 2 months.

According to the local Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Milwaukee Bucks is the earliest team to go straight to the Playoffs to date, February 24 (Vietnam time). In fact, three years ago, Warriors made history with a record of 73-9 and was the team that entered the Playoffs very early, but hit that milestone on February 26 (according to Vietnam time). is after 2 days compared to Milwaukee Bucks.

The biggest achievement that Milwaukee Bucks has to thank is the reigning MVP NBA 20180-19, Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Greek player who was and was in a good position to say was much better than he was last season when Milwaukee Bucks was also top of the Eastern Rankings at the time.

“Demigods” are giving themselves 30 points performance, 13.6 rebounds and 5.8 assists per game. Not stopping there, Giannis Antetokounmpo also leads the NBA with extremely high defensive index with an average of 30.9 minutes he was on the field.
Milwaukee Bucks is currently 6.5 miles from the 2nd team, Toroto Raptors. For that reason, Milwaukee Bucks will be extremely comfortable for the rest of the tournament and what they are most interested in right now is the upcoming Playoffs.

USA eliminated in the quarterfinals of the basketball World Cup

USA eliminated in the quarterfinals of the basketball World Cup
A big surprise occurred at the World Cup when the US basketball team lost to France 79-89, on 11/9.

Before the tournament in China, the United States won all international competitions in the past 13 years. But the squad with many good players in the American professional basketball league (NBA) suddenly lost a series of 58 wins at the World Cup and Olympic, when facing France, it was underestimated.

The one who engulfed the hopes of the United States was the highest-paid French player in the world, Rudy Gobert. Gobert played in the NBA and once signed with Utah Jazz a $ 102 million contract for four years. In the quarterfinals on 9/11, the 2m16 high of the striker in front of his Jazz teammate Donovan Mitchell made the USA unable to equalize at the last minute.

Gobert scored 21 points and had 16 rebounds, 3 blocks, the best on the French side. “We went to the World Cup to win the gold medal,” the 27-year-old striker said. “Many people crossed our names when France had to fight America, but France won. If France cannot take gold HC, this victory is meaningless.”

France led 45-35 from the middle of the second half, but Mitchell’s brilliance helped the United States lead back seven points at the beginning of the fourth quarter. By the end of the match, France equalized and took the lead, after the United States repeatedly missed. Gobert’s two important blocks against Mitchell and Kemba Walker welcomed the spirit of the team that won the last two World Cups. In the end, America lost 79-89.

This is the first victory of France after 10 meetings with the US. In the semi-finals, the European team will face Argentina. The United States will meet Serbia in the fifth division from fifth to eighth.

The US went to the 2019 World Cup with a squad of all NBA players, but was considered the weakest in the past decade. No player has ever played at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Many people are not at their best, others refuse to recruit and state that they want to play in the NBA.