July 24, 2024

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The Golden State Warriors put on a clinic on Wednesday night, defeating the Milwaukee Bucks 125-90 to stop their six-game winning run while only allowing Giannis Antetokounmpo to score 23 points.
The Bucks have only been held below 100 points four times this season as the Warriors showed glimpses of their potential and appeared to be improving their injury luck.
Steve Kerr’s team split the scoring, with Steph Curry scoring 29 and Jonathan Kuminga the only other Warrior to reach 20.

Kuminga and center Draymond Green played a key role in guarding Antetokounmpo, who struggled for fluency having missed Monday’s win over the LA Clippers because of left Achilles tendonitis.
“It takes a village to guard that guy and we needed everybody for sure,” Kerr said after the game
.In order to guard Antetokounmpo, who was sidelined for Monday’s victory over the LA Clippers due to left Achilles inflammation, Kuminga and center Draymond Green were crucial.
After the game, Kerr remarked, “It takes a village to guard that guy and we definitely needed everybody.”
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Not only did Kuminga and Green excel in their tackling of the Bucks star, but youngster Tracye Jackson-Davis also fared well, scoring 15 points off the bench and blocking four shots.

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