The Atlanta Hawks vs Milwaukee Bucks Eastern Conference Finals Game 4 did not fall short of surprises.
First, The Hawks came out victorious with a 110-88 score but that's not the shock. This happened without their superstar Trae Young, who was out with a bone bruise.
Then came Giannis Antetokounmpo's injury that had him sidelined and has put the Bucks' future series at risk.
Let's unravel some of the top plays of this entertaining match
In the third quarter, Giannis Antetokounmpo rises high and blocks a posterizing attempt from Clint Capela. What a shame that the Greek Freak is injured now, isn't it?
Giannis wastes no time, right after his block on Capela, he went ahead and posterized a dunk over Hawks' John Collins.
Lou Williams was subbing in for Trae Young in the starting lineup and did complete justice to it. Especially when you look at his alley-oop to Clint Capela.
First Giannis makes way for Khris Middleton to get closer to the rim and then rushes inside to grab the pass and drop the basket. All you can say after this is OH MY GIANNIS!
It seemed like Hawks' Clint used all the geometry he knew back in high school to pull of this basket from behind the board in the fourth quarter. Celtics' legend Larry Bird had made a similar shot years ago but it wasn't counted because this rule was just instated in recent times.
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