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The Bucks and Warriors beat the first round of the NBA playoffs

The Milwaukee Bucks and Golden State Warriors entered the second round of the National Basketball Association (NBA) playoffs on Wednesday, with both teams winning the first-round 4-1 series.

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In the Eastern Conference quarterfinals, the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Chicago Bulls 116-100 (34:18, 26:24, 31:26, 25:32) to celebrate a series of up to four victories with 4-1.

In the home ranks, Jannis Adetokunbo scored 33 points and won nine rebounds, 20 points were added by Pets Conoton, and Bobby Portis scored “double-double” with 14 points and 17 rebounds.

In the Chicago team, Patrick William was the top scorer with 23 points, while Nikola Vučevičs scored 19 points, 16 rebounds and six assists.

In the semifinals of the conference, the Bucks will face the Boston Celtics, who convincingly defeated the Brooklyn Nets 4-0.

Meanwhile, at the Western Conference, the Golden State Warriors home game with a score of 102: 98 (30:25, 18:23, 22:30, 32:20) succeeded over the Denver Nuggets, winning the series 4-1.

The Warriors’ victory was forged by Stephen Curry, who scored 30 points, half the points from the long range, won five rebounds and made five assists. Clay Thompson and Gary Payton added 15 points each.

The Denver team was not saved from the loss in the series by Nikola Jokičs, who stood out in the final game with 30 points, 19 rebounds and eight assists.

The Warriors will meet the winner of the Grizzlies and Minnesota Timberwolves in the semifinals of the Western Conference. Currently in the lead with 3-2 is the Memphis unit.

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