On December 8, Beijing time, Milwaukee Bucks met the Golden State Warriors at home. The two teams fought fiercely for four quarters. The Bucks were not rivals by 95 to 105 and failed to win the season double-win championship. Throughout the game, the Bucks lost mainly because of their outside shooting. The home team shot only 7 of 39 three-point shots, with a shooting percentage of 17.9%.
The Bucks were considered as the defending champion's "nemesis" after their last big break at Oracle Stadium. Whether it's height, arm show or athletic talent, it's like the Warriors met an unprecedented strong enemy in the league. However, the Bucks'outside shooting in the last game was equally bad, with only 9 of 35 shots, with a shooting percentage of 25.7%. But after a big victory, it was overwhelmed by the joy of victory.
Today, the warriors just seized the weak link of the Bucks'outside attack and inflicted heavy losses on them. When the alphabet brother is attacking with the ball, the warriors dare to pinch, and use constant defense to block other players'shots. The trick worked wonderfully, with the Bucks hitting only seven three-point shots today, with a shooting percentage of less than 20%. Plus the alphabet brother's personal shooting range is limited, the Bucks can only rely more on inward shocks, which can only let the warriors keep shrinking defense, and then harvest the victory.
Imagine if the Bucks could hit a few more three-pointers during the game, and the game would end up being pulled back into suspense. But as in last season's Western Finals, the Rockets hit all three-point shots 27 times in front of the Warriors, and the unforgettable past is now happening to the Bucks again. If you want to cross the mountain of warriors, you need not only excellent physical talent, but also make up for loopholes at all levels of technology and tactics. The Bucks need to be summarized, especially the breakthrough on the three-point line, which will be an important part of their future exploration.