Brad Stevens on Celtics' loss to Bucks: 'Offensively we were horrendous'

Celtics Come Down With A Case Of The Turnovers, Bucks Take Game 3, 116-92

Celtics Come Down With A Case Of The Turnovers, Bucks Take Game 3, 116-92

It's the continuation of a first-round Eastern Conference playoff matchup as the series carries on in Brew City. Dellavedova, hobbled by tendinitis and an ankle sprain, played in only 38 games and dipped from 7.6 points per game in 2016-17 to 4.3 this season.

The Celts, who committed seven turnovers last Tuesday, gave it up 14 times in Game the first half.

They'd embarrassed the Bucks in the Garden in Game 2, and, on the verge of being a punchline - hey, I didn't know you could play in the National Basketball Association without a pulse - the men of Milwaukee were bound to punch back.

"I don't know who the (expletive) that is". His playing time went up from 9.9 to 16.7 minutes but his production backslid from 14.5 points and 7.3 rebounds pro-rated to 36 minutes to 10.4 and 6.5. "We can't take nothing from them". It was clear that the Bucks were the more desperate team on both ends of the floor and they reaped the rewards for it, but Brad Stevens is a great coach and I think he'll have the Celtics ready to bounce back in this one.

Lock down: Thon Maker defends against Boston's Al Horford. Former Buck Greg Monroe scored 15 with 12 rebounds off the bench in defeat. Terry Rozier didn't turn it over in 78 minutes over the first two games in the Garden.

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After letting the Raptors grab the first 2-0 series lead in franchise history, the Wizards came home and checked off every box coach Scott Brooks presented. Make sure to tune into the game and Dairyland Express afterward for your Bucks' highlights!

Seemingly defenseless in their most recent loss, the Milwaukee Bucks found their footing in the playoffs at the Bradley Center.

The Celtics were hit early, and by the time they stumbled out of their daze early in the third quarter, the deficit had climbed north of 20 points. This looked more like the Bucks team that some of us picked to win the series, the team with the long and superior athletes unleashed on defense to challenge everything Boston tried. Milwaukee's lone weak point has been the charity stripe as they convert only 64.3 percent of their attempts. Khris Middleton led the way with 23 points and Giannis Antetokounmpo added 19 in the winning effort.

The game was so well in hand that the Bucks closed out the victory with Antetokounmpo on the bench for much of the fourth quarter with five fouls. He got extended run with John Henson out of the mix with a sore back and took advantage. A loss here and they were staring at a possible series sweep.

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