Bucks keep season alive, win in overtime 118-115 in Game 4 over Heat


After Giannis Antetokounmpo went down early, it was up to Khris Middleton and the rest of the Milwaukee Bucks to extend the season one more game, which they accomplished with a 118-115 overtime win over the Miami Heat Sunday.

Middleton led the charge, pushing the Bucks to a fourth-quarter rally and then hit the big shot to give the Bucks the victory in overtime. The All-Star finished with 36 points in 48 minutes.

Despite playing only 11 minutes, Antetokounmpo came out of the gates attacking again and again, scoring 19 points before suffering an ankle injury in the second quarter. He left the game and was not able to return.

Antetokounmpo's status for upcoming games is unknown.

Game 5 with the Bucks down three games to one is Tuesday afternoon in Orlando.

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Milwaukee Bucks v Miami Heat - Game Four

Milwaukee Bucks v Miami Heat - Game Four