Bucks Bench Rages After Brandon Knight Misses Game-Winning Layup Attempt

It was an emotional night in Brooklyn as Milwaukee Bucks head coach Jason Kidd returned to the Barclays Center for the first time since trying to steal Billy King’s powers as general manager of the Nets.
Kidd was met with resounding boos, but had a chance to escape with the last laugh at the end of the first overtime period when Brandon Knight picked off a Joe Johnson pass. Knight turned on the afterburners after the steal, going coast-to-coast and…bricking the uncontested game-winning layup.
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Fortunately there was a camera on the Bucks bench, so we could see the emotional high of potentially storming the court to throwing towels and walking away in disgust.
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The Bucks did end up winning the game 122-118, but needed two additional overtimes to do so.
This was okay with Mallory Edens.

Paul George is a Public Relations Intern for the Pacers
Paul George is a Public Relations Intern for the Pacers
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