The Nets broke a 27-year record without beating the Bucks
There are many shortcuts for the Brooklyn Nets to plunge into a bubble in Orlando. Further omissions by the already superstars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, DeAndre Jordan and Spencer Dinwiddie (Including others) means that a comprehensive lineup consisting mainly of marginal starters and two-way players will have to enter the playoffs with the best players in the league.
Then, they announced their starting lineup for the game against the mighty Bucks Milwaukee Bucks, and it was revealed that the Nets have decided to let Caris Levitt, Jarrett Allen and Joe Harris sit in these three. The best player in a bubble.
Taking these factors into account, it is reasonable to have some serious differences in the betting market before placing bets. But that 18.5 The spread offered to punters is…large in history.
As it happens, the Nets stand out and seem to be able to prove it. They took the lead at the end of the first quarter and maintained a half-time break, maintaining an eight-point advantage during the break. For most spectators, the second half was a situation where Milwaukee started the game and began to run away, but the tenacious player of the Nets could not be shaken.
The Temple of Garrett is a defensive nightmare. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot’s three-pointer shots were higher, and the back-up point guard Chris Chiozza performed well. Brooklyn insisted on winning 119-116.
During the shuffle, the 18.5 passes of the Nets to start the game were covered, and there were some. According to ESPN statistics and informationThis is the biggest single-game loss in the NBA in 27 years (reference point difference). The Mavericks nearly beat the Seattle SuperSonics by 19.5 points.
On the next trivia night-if you want to know what the biggest withholding point in NBA history is, you must look back at 2008, when the Miami Heat played against the Boston Celtics headed by Ray Allen It is 22.5 points. The Celtics won with 26 points that night.
This post is written by Nick Kelland