The Milwaukee Bucks extended their winning streak to 14 with a physical 104-101 win at Fiserv Forum Sunday. While Jrue Holiday led the charge with a game high 33 points, Brook Lopez stole the show with 22 points, 14 rebounds and 4 crucial blocks.
Sunday's 2021 Finals rematch lost a little luster pregame when Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kevin Durant were both ruled out, but the matinee lived up to the hype without the two stars. After lead for the majority of the game, Milwaukee found themselves trailing in the fourth quarter 94-87. That's when the Bucks newest addition, Jae Crowder also played a significant role with back to back threes igniting the Fiserv Forum crowd and helping give the Bucks back the lead.
The win puts Milwaukee a half game behind Boston again for the best record in the Eastern Conference and the race for the number one seed. Next up for the Bucks, it's the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday night where the Deer put their 14 game winning streak on the line against a new look Brooklyn team following the trades of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.