Jabari Parker dissatisfied with role in playoffs

Jabari Parker dissatisfied with role in playoffs

Jabari Parker dissatisfied with role in playoffs

The playoffs have come home to Milwaukee and the Bucks have a special message to those looking for tickets to games 3 and 4 of the Bucks' First Round playoff series.

This was expected, but it's nice to get confirmation well before tip-off.

Perilously close to elimination, the Bucks search for more effort and less drama (read here): With the Bucks' first round series with the Boston Celtics turning over to Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Matt Velazquez detailed an eventful media availability, which was highlighted by Jabari Parker's eye-opening comments.

Rozier, a third-year point guard, has torched Milwaukee's defense, scoring 23 points in each of the first two games, while averaging 5.5 assists and 3.5 rebounds.

"We were on our heels the whole time and they did a good job of creating that", Stevens said of the Bucks defensive impact on the Celtics.

Dellavedova had only played four minutes in the the two losses and Maker just one minute, but Bucks' interim coach Joe Prunty unleashed the Australians in the first quarter and the result was stunning.


Antetokounmpo filled the stat sheet with 19 points, five boards and six assists.

Live television and streaming coverage of Game 3 of the best-of-seven series at the Bradley Center will be on ESPN and WatchESPN, starting at 9:30 pm ET. Defensively, there's a lot of things we got to take care of. And he'd end the night with eight points and eight rebounds, plus an assist and a block. Eric Bledsoe, so disparaged for his two performances in Boston, came out firing and netted 17 points on 8-for-13 shooting. "But I care about winning; once we're all on the same page, I think everything's going to be a lot easier for everybody to play". Punched us in the mouth, picked me up full.

Antetokounmpo was again supported by Khris Middleton, who had scored 25 points on an effective 10 of 14 shooting from the field.

The Bucks jumped out to a 16-6 lead in the first half of the opening quarter, led by 12 combined points from Antetokounmpo and Middleton.

And they did just that throughout the duration of the first quarter, holding the Celtics to 2-for-18 from the field, while forcing eight turnovers and blocking five shots. From there they crawled into garbage time, and finished at an even.400 (32-for-80) for the night. We don't have time - our margin of error is not that big. Our guys were competitive and they wanted to get it all back at once.

"And we're driving to the rim and we're getting shot after shot blocked because we're trying to hit home runs by then". It snowballed on us and we lost.

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