Milwaukee Bucks Take Game Four Over Atlanta Hawks

April 27th, 2010 by Sachin Arora Leave a reply »
I know that the Rookie of the Year doesn't go into the playoffs, but if it did, Brandon Jennings would be the top candidate for the award.

Brandon Jennings was clutch in the fourth quarter, and helped hold off the late rally from the Hawks. The Bucks played some great basketball in game four and have knotted up the series.

They managed to slow down the Hawks offense enough to give themselves a chance, and a scorching offense pushed them over the Hawks.

So what does this mean in the series? We're all knotted up. It's anyone's series now. Best of three. Atlanta has home court advantage, but Milwaukee has momentum.

This series is getting good, and will come down to every last possesion. Some keys for Atlanta to win is to slow down Brandon Jennings, get out on the run, and expose the Bucks on the inside.

The Bucks can win this by using strong guard and wing play to outplay the Hawks, and slow down the Hawks run and gun offense. Rebounding will be the biggest key.

This series is going to be a good one, and kudos to the Bucks for battling back.

It's not over yet, now all we can do is watch.

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