The Miami Heat Jimmy Butler scores 56 to take a commanding 3-1 lead on the number one seed Milwaukee Bucks.
The series heads back to Wisconsin and it will be a hard task for the Heat to close out the team with the best record in the NBA.
Game 5 will be a blowout, there is no way that Giannis Antemtekounmpo and company are going to lose that game with their playoff backs to the wall.
Game 6 will be to much pressure for the Heat to finish the deal, but Jimmy Butler seems like a man on a mission, as he usually is during the playoffs.
The big-mouth-taking Memphis Grizzlies are on the ropes, down 3-1 to the surging Los Angeles Lakers.
All of the talk from Dillion Brooks towards Lebron James has done nothing but ignite James and his squad, even without Anthony Davis scoring the Lakers got the 117-111 overtime win at home.
James made two key plays in this game both against Brooks’s defense, Lebron with the bucket to tie the game and send it to overtime driving past Brooks and laying it up high off the glass.
In the overtime period, James drives past Dillion once again and gets the and-one opportunity, and lets out a big emotional scream that was clearly fueled by the Dillion Brooks trash-talking during this series.