Post-game Reactions

Milwaukee at Boston
TD Garden
8:00 PM EST

Offensive Efficiency:
Boston: 100.0 points/100 possessions (25th)
Milwaukee: 103.3 points/100 possessions (16th)

Defensive Efficiency:
Boston: 98.9 points allowed/100 possessions (2nd)
Milwaukee: 105.6 points allowed/100 possessions (23rd)

Probable Bucks starters: Brandon Jennings (PG), Shaun Livingston (SG), Tobias Harris (SF), Jon Leuer (PF), Larry Sanders (C)

View from the Opposing Bench: Bucksketball

Thumbnail: KG, Pietrus, Rondo are in and Steimer and Ray are out. Bucks will have eight active players. Boston needs to beat the Bucks and Atlanta needs to lose to Dallas for Boston to end up with home court advantage.

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  • someguyinsac

    I'm looking at this game as the tuneup one for the run to banner #18.

  • I_Love_Green

    Possibly the last regular season game of the big 3 era.

    • I'll raise a glass to that. If it really is, then it's been a hell of a good run.

  • Big respect to Shaun Livingston for still being a pro after that horrific knee injury.

  • hdavenport

    Scoring margins in this game and DAL-ATL are currently both 15.

  • yeah

    CHA down by 7 with 3:19 left in the 3rd

  • I_Love_Green

    Rondo has taken one shot, has 0 points, but has 15 assists.

    The streak lives!

  • onecowboytoo

    Our bench is kicking butt again.

  • someguyinsac

    Road trip!

    • High Rollers

      Hoowa! Let's roll!

      • someguyinsac

        I'm going with 5 games to dispatch the Hawks, I like how they've come together at the end this year instead of at the beginning.

  • hansgruber

    If only we played one more game against the Bulls but like the last game against the Heat against the bench so we know if our bench is better than ours. I'm confident we can beat Atlanta and Miami. The real challenge is Chicago.

  • Anthony

    Playoff matchups all set. Prediction time:

    Bos vs Atl – Bos in 6 (Would've been 5 if we had home court)
    Phi vs Chi – Chi in 5 (Just not sure Phi can get back to their early season success)
    NY vs Mia – NY in 7 (Yes, I think NY can upset MIA)
    Orl vs Ind – Ind in 4 (No Dwight, No chance)

    Utah vs SA – SA in 5 (Utah is just too young and inexperienced, exact opposites of SA)
    Dal vs Okc – Okc in 5 (Dal is too old and slow, exact opposite of Okc)
    Den vs Lal – Lal in 6 (Den will give more trouble to Lal than you think)
    Lac vs Mem – Mem in 5 (CP3 will help Lac win 1 game, otherwise no trouble for Mem)

    I'm picking a Memphis-Boston Finals by the way. I think Mem is really underrated and their line-up of Rudy Gay, Z-Bo, Marc Gasol, Conley, Mayo, Tony Allen, M Speights can score, defend, rebound against any team. But they won't be able to contain Rondo though. Bos in 6 = Banner #18

    The league probably wouldn't like my pick much but that's my take.

    • yeah

      Cool, I predicted a Memphis-Boston finals too a couple weeks ago

      Also said the Pacers and Thunder would be the other 2 teams in the conference finals – if not the Thunder than the Nuggets