Thanks to the talents of Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Milwaukee Bucks have been dominating the NBA playoffs so far. Heading into last night, the Bucks had a 3-0 series lead against their first-round opponents, the Detroit Pistons. Despite being six points down at halftime, the Bucks were able to crawl their way back into the game and eventually won 127-104 in devastating fashion. The win helped propel the Bucks to their first playoff series win since 2001.
Giannis was an absolute beast for the Bucks as he recorded a whopping 41 points to help put the Pistons away in the second half. After the game, head coach Mike Budenholzer explained how much the win means to the city.