October 18, 2021

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Bleacher reports that he did not play in Zionist Bucks vs. Heat Game 5 due to an ankle injury

Giannis Antetocounpo (34) of Milwaukee Bucks, in the second half of the NBA Conference semifinal playoff basketball game against the Miami Heat, on Friday, September 4, 2020, at Lake Buena Vista, Fla.  (AP Photo / Mark J. Terrill)

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As Milwaukee Bucks Look to extend their season on Tuesday Miami Heat, They have to do without ump backed MVP Giannis Antetoconpo.

Shams Charania The Athletic and Stadium’s Eastern Conference reported that Star Forward had been rejected for Game 5 of the semifinals.

The 25-year-old Bucks was limited to 11 minutes in Game 4 victory due to a sprained ankle.

Things seemed vague to Milwaukee when Giannis left in the second quarter on Sunday, but the team won in overtime. For that to happen again, another massive show from Bucks is needed Chris Middleton, Who posted 36 points, eight rebounds and eight assists in Game 4.

No one is under more pressure than head coach Mike Budenholzer. Bucks was in power with him 116-39 in the regular season, but he was Seemed inefficient Making the necessary adjustments during the playoffs.

Budenholzer will have to devise a game plan that will not revolve around his best player on Tuesday, which will not be easy as the Bucks have largely assembled their list. Antetoconpo in mind.

While Bucks Bounce in Game 5, The absence of Antetoconpo may not be enough to buy another season Buden‌holzer in Milwaukee, which has been disappointing this year.

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