Mary C Posted March 2, 2022 Share Posted March 2, 2022 POTENTIAL STARTING LINEUPS: MILWAUKEE BUCKS: PG | Jrue Holiday SG | Grayson Allen SF | Khris Middleton PF | Giannis Antetokounmpo C | Bobby Portis MIAMI HEAT: PG | Kyle Lowry SG | Duncan Robinson SF | Jimmy Butler PF | P.K. Tucker C | Bam Adebayo Still on a high after beating the Chicago Bulls, Miami Heat is set to continue their winning streak as they visit the home of the Milwaukee Bucks. Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin will be housing the much-awaited game between the two NBA powerhouses this season. This Thursday, March 3, 2022, at 9 AM it’s Milwaukee Bucks versus Miami Heat. Heat and Bucks will be meeting for the fourth time this season, wherein Heat won two of the said games. The two are currently racing head-on if we look at their overall power index, and this makes the match much more exhilarating to watch. Miami Heat reigns supreme on the Eastern Conference sitting like a king at number 1 with 41 wins, 21 losses, and a 0.661 PCT. Home games consist of a 21-7 record while away games are 20-14. The Milwaukee Bucks are not too far behind at fourth with 37 wins, 25 losses, and a 0.597 PCT. 21-12 home and 16-13 away, running on a 1-win streak. For the top playmakers, Tyler Herro leads Miami’s points with 20.2 PPG, 43.4 FG%, and 85.3 FT%. Dewayne Dedmon leads rebounds with 6.1 RPG, 4.3 DPRG, and 1.8 ORPG. Last but not least, Kyle Lowry heads the assists with a 7.9 APG, 2.9 TOPG, and 34.3 MPG. Power is evenly distributed among the team, a great attribute for a winning team. The Bucks on the other hand, have Giannis Antetokounmpo for points with 29.4 PRG, 54.5 FG%, 72.9 FT%, and rebounds with 11.4 RPG, 9.5 DRPG, and 1.9 ORPG. Antetokounmpo is an impressive point forward, and we got to give it to him. Jrue Holiday leads the Bucks’ assists with 6.6 APG, 2.7 TOPG, and 33 MPG. These numbers are so close; they barely do anything to help us pick a winner. Per each team’s last 10 games, the Bucks averaged 123.2 points, 45.8 rebounds, and 25.4 assists. Heat averaged 113.4 points, 44.2 rebounds, and 25.3 assists. By a hair, we see Milwaukee winning this one in a very, very close game. With such formidable teams, we can hardly tell at this point. The Bucks also need to catch up on the board if they want to go any higher; plus, Heat can afford to lose this one if we’re being honest. All we can say is watch this nip and tuck feat unfold and find out this Thursday, March 3, 2022, 9 AM (PST), Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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