NBA Twitter in Awe As Giannis Antetokounmpo Dominates Against Celtics in Game 4

The Eastern Conference playoff series have been a spectacle for the NBA world. The competitiveness level has been at an all-time high. With the Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks series living up to all its expectations, the big players have really made an impact.

However, Giannis Antetokounmpo has not missed a beat. And he continued his dominance in Game 4 against Boston. The Greek Freak has made his mark in this league over the last few years. Shining through his hard work, the Greek international has put the NBA on notice.

Collecting accolade after accolade, Giannis isn’t looking to slow down anytime soon. And with the biggest stage of the season on his head, Antetokounmpo has only been better. Likewise, he torched the Celtics with a repeat of his Game 3 performance and put up yet another brute display.

The Celtics-Bucks series gave fans yet another great display of basketball with another close game. The series has been competitive for the most part, and the two teams’ resolve was clear tonight.

Bucks saw a lone warrior in Giannis Antetokounmpo who single-handedly destroyed the best defense in the league. Fans also gave Giannis his fruits for his dominating run. However, the Freak’s teammates couldn’t give the necessary support tonight as they fell short to the Celtics.

The series has been a joy to watch with each side bringing the best out of one another. And now with things all square, it has set up this series to be a thriller. The Milwaukee Bucks had the upper hand for the most part of Game 4.

But the Celtics’ forces came up big time in the fourth quarter. Center Al Horford had the game of his life scoring 30 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists. Jayson Tatum lit it up in the fourth quarter and finished the game with308 points, 13 rebounds, and 5 assists. Smart and Brown both chipped in well putting up a combined 36 points in between them.

The Celtics outscored the Bucks 33-19 in the fourth quarter to level up the series on the road. As for the Bucks, they will go back to the drawing board to see where things went wrong. Holding a good advantage with the home crowd rallying them on, they went ice cold in the fourth quarter. Giannis did his thing and put up MVP-like numbers compiling 34 points, 18 rebounds and 5 assists.

Brook Lopez added a further 17 points on 54% shooting for the night. Despite his 9 assists, a poor shooting night for Jrue Holiday did not help the matter as the Bucks desperately miss their All-Star guard, Khris Middleton. This series will now head to Boston for a crucial Game 5.