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Milwaukee Bucks forced a comeback against Nets to even the series by 2-2

Milwaukee Bucks beat Kyrie Irving less Brooklyn Nets by 107-96 in Game 4 to level their Eastern Conference second-round series by 2-2. Giannis Antetokounmpo led Bucks comeback with 34 points and 12 rebounds one of his best performances of the postseason. 12 of his 34 points came in the third quarter, shooting 14-of-26 from the field. Overall Bucks shot 44.3 percent of their shots and hit 16 threes as well to take down Nets at home in front of 16,000 at Fiserv Forum.

Khris Middleton added 19 points as well while Nets struggled without Irving and James Harden offensively. Kevin Durant finished with 28 points and 13 rebounds and Irving could score just 11 points in 17 minutes before exiting the game due to a sprained ankle. Game 5 is now scheduled for Tuesday in Brooklyn.

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