The Milwaukee Bucks receive the Los Angeles Lakers at Fiserv Forum, in one of the most anticipated games of the season.
Coming off an unexpected loss at home against the Dallas Mavericks, the Bucks will try to get back on track in front of their home fans when they face off LeBron James and company. Anthony Davis is still questionable for tonight, but a team that has James, always has a chance to win. His season deserved some high praise from Giannis Antetokounmpo, as they’re battling for the MVP award at the moment.
“He’s an alien,” for being able to perform at this level approaching age 35. “It’s crazy. It’s insane. Obviously for me, that’s one of my goals to be able to play at a high level for the next 10 years,” said the Greek Freak to the press, a day before the big game.
Brook Lopez and Robin Lopez will need to step their game up, and most importantly their defense, as the Lakers frontcourt is known for making several damage to most teams in the league due to their height. If the Bucks win they’ll be a game ahead for the best record in the league.
The Lakers take on the Bucks on their last road trip game in the East. Tied for the best record, these two teams ride a one game losing streak, and look to avoid something that didn’t occur this season yet. A two-game losing streak. Anthony Davis is a game-time decision, but will probably play as he most likely didn’t suit up in Indiana as a precaution for tonight’s game. Kyle Kuzma remains out with an ankle injury, making room for Troy Daniels and Jared Dudley to have minutes and step up for this Lakers team. One factor that could play an important role is fatigue, as they make their last game of a gruesome East road trip. All in all, it should be an exciting matchup between the Lakers and the Bucks.
Even though these are two teams that have an incredible easy time to score the basketball, I expect a slow paced game from the get-go.
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