Game 4 is on for Monday night between the Bucks
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The Bucks continue to dominate this series, as they locked in their third double-digit victory in Game 3 Saturday. It behooves them to take care of business tonight, as the Boston Celtics have already punched their ticket to the second round and can only become more well-rested as they lie in wait.
Milwaukee's fearless leader, Giannis Antetokounmpo, has naturally been leading the way on both ends. He's averaging 21.3 points and 13 rebounds for the series, with Eric Bledsoe also chipping in with 20.3 points and 5.3 assists along with his customarily solid defense. The Bucks have looked good on the road, as they have won five of their last nine away games, so there's every reason to believe they'll seal things up tonight against the overmatched Pistons.
Detroit's season is over if they don't win tonight, full stop. In order to see another game, Blake Griffin and Co. need to play their best game of the year. Griffin, who made his return from injury in Game 3 and put up 27 points, 7 rebounds, and 6 assists, will need some help from the likes of Luke Kennard, as well as a friendly crowd--
Detroit simply dug itself a deep hole when Griffin was out, and still lost by 16 points Saturday upon his return. For that and so many other reasons, fans should expect the Pistons to bow out of the postseason tonight in Game 4. A staggering fact: the Bucks have pulled off victories in each of their last seven matchups against the Pistons, and their average margin of victory has been 18.7 points.