The Bucks owned the regular season. Not only did Milwaukee steamroll the league for 82 games, they did so with a uniquely effective style, one they rarely changed out of to match up better with their opponent. They were going to do what they wanted to do, and you were going to have to stop it. It was rare to see the Bucks lose. It was almost just as rare to see them change what they were doing for fear of a loss. The Bucks almost never blinked.
What happened over the last few games of the Bucks-Raptors series that precipitated Milwaukee's collapse? Plus: the results help give us an answer to last week's question of just who is a non-shooter.
May 30, 2019