Brooklyn held Milwaukee to 19 percent shooting from 3 a…

Brooklyn held Milwaukee to 19 percent shooting from 3 and continued to get good defense from Irving, who held Jrue Holiday to just nine points on 4-for-14 shooting. Holiday’s layup in the final seconds ultimately sealed the game, but the final minutes were more of a duel between Durant and Middleton. After having just seven points in the first half, Durant reminded Milwaukee that he can’t be completely shut down and scored 23 points in the second half, seven of which came in the final three minutes when he matched Middleton shot for shot. Durant’s final shot with two seconds left hit off the rim and could have been prevented had the Nets’ previous two possessions gone according to plan. Both times the ball wound up in Bruce Brown’s hands after Milwaukee’s defense forced it away from Durant or Irving.
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