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Rapid Recap: Bucks 108, Cavs 92

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This game is finally over

NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers at Milwaukee Bucks Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

I’m not going to lie. This game was extremely boring. The Rapid Recap could end right here by saying that the Bucks blew out the Cavaliers. However, I’ll ramble on a little bit longer. In all seriousness, the Bucks did a solid job of making sure the Cavaliers didn’t even capture a sniff of the lead. It was Milwaukee all throughout the game.

In the end, the final score ended up being 108-92 in favor of Milwaukee. With Giannis being out, five Bucks, including four of the five starters, tallied double-digits. Eric Bledsoe had a team-high 20 points while Malcolm Brogdon chimed in with 18 of his own.

Stat That Stood Out

Since it was such a simple game, players that don’t typically receive action received some minutes. In fact, DJ Wilson hit a three! It may have been a banked-in shot, but hey, it still counts in the box score. The main highlight of this category was Sterling Brown, who tallied 10 points on the evening. Once again, he showed his potential out on the court. Moving forward, I hope Bud continues utilizing him further into more important games. The best part of his night? This dunk:

Okay, I’m gonna end the Rapid Recap there. I can’t go any further. This game was so boring. Don’t expect tomorrow morning’s Extended Recap to be much longer.