Hello everyone. After a game in which Bucks and Raptors were badly miserable, the deer found the way to win the 108-100, although they were back in the game for much of the game, with Brook Lopez's unexpected star that ended with 29 points and 11 rebounds. So it was 1-0, which was very important as Yannis Antokoubonou said before the game that this series will be different from the one against the Celtics, where Bucks knew that even after the defeat in the game 1, will be able to turn things around.
The 03: 30 is scheduled for the Eastern Regional Finalist's second date, and to tell the truth I find double the double handicap again, let alone if this + 8 difference of the first match does not reflect completely the image of the match, which was marginal. In a nutshell, I think the Canadians will put the Bucks in trouble, but they always have the first say in winning. I will not play anything for the 2 game exclusively, but I will now get it long term concerning this series handicap and more specifically to them Raptors with + 2,5 games, in yield 1,70 (stoiximan).
I do not underestimate Milwaukee. Equally, I think he'll end up going to the finals and there's going to be a hard time for the Warriors, I just think Raptors are capable of taking two games. Therefore, the combination of + 2,5 games at 1,70 I think is a great opportunity. Even with a defeat today, Nik Nurse's team will have the next two matches at home, where it is very strong and it can not be ruled out at that point to bring the line to 2-2. More generally, the two teams in my eyes are pretty close in quality and each of them has a terrible superstar, at a time when the Bucks generally perform better as a whole than the Raptors, which are heavily dependent on what Kawhi will do. That's where Mike Budenholzer's talent is.