Milwaukee Bucks overcome 26-point deficit en route to win

Milwaukee Bucks achieved a remarkable victory against the Portland Trail Blazers, overcoming a 26-point deficit in the third quarter—the biggest NBA comeback of the season.

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Bucks' star players, Damian Lillard and Giannis Antetokounmpo, outscored the entire Trail Blazers team during a crucial 58-21 run in the game.

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With 18.5 seconds left, Giannis Antetokounmpo's basket tipped the scales, breaking the tie and securing the Bucks' win with a final score of 108-102.

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Down 81-55 with just 9 minutes remaining in the third quarter, the Bucks displayed resilience and determination, staging an incredible comeback.

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Despite the absence of key player Khris Middleton due to injury, the Bucks showcased their depth and ability to adapt to challenges.

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This game marked Damian Lillard's first face-off against his former team, the Trail Blazers, after requesting a trade to Milwaukee in the summer.

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Lillard's 31 points against Portland made him the 15th player in NBA history to score 30 points against 30 different franchises, as per Elias Sports Bureau.

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Bucks forward Bobby Portis emphasized the importance of resilience, teamwork, and maintaining high effort, especially when facing adversity on the court.

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Giannis expressed optimism about the future, stating that as the season progresses, he and Lillard will continue to improve their chemistry on the court.

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This victory marked the second-largest comeback in the last 25 seasons for the Milwaukee Bucks, showcasing their ability to overcome challenges and secure important wins.

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