LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are on a roll. The defending NBA champs will try to extend their winning streak by one more game when they play the Milwaukee Bucks on Nov. 29. Can they do it? Click to watch.
It’s no surprise to see LeBron, 31, Kyrie Irving, 24, and even Kevin Love, 28, lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to the top of the NBA’s Eastern Conference at the start of the NBA season. It is surprising to see the Milwaukee Bucks so far behind in 9th place. Hopefully for Milwaukee fans, this clash with the Cavs at the BMO Harris Bradley Center will help the Bucks turn their season around. The game is set for 8:00 PM ET so be ready to watch.
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The Bucks have switched up their lineup and it seemed to deliver positive results. When facing the Orlando Magic on Nov. 27, John Henson returned to put up 20 points and 7 rebounds, while Giannis Antetokounmpo, 21, had a decent game with 18 points. Teamed up with Michael Beasley, 27, Malcolm Brogdon, 23, and Greg Monroe, the Bucks were able to carve out a 104-96 victory, thanks to John’s revitalized performance.
“That’s what we’re used to seeing from John when he does play,” Jason Kidd, 43, NBA legend and current Milwaukee coach said, per Fox Sports. “He was great on both sides of the ball. He’s the total package both offensively and defensively.” The Bucks are going to need that defense when they go up against arguably the best team in the league.
The 13-2 Cavs (whose main rivals, the Golden State Warriors, are the other only team with just 2 losses) are on a four-game winning streak, including their Nov. 27 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. During that match it was the Kyrie Irving Show, as he pulled out 39 points, while King James sunk in 26 points.
“When you have great players, it can come from any of us at any given moment,” Kyrie said, following the game, per the Boston Herald. “When one of us gets it going, we always continue to go to that person. It can be anybody’s night.” Whose night will it be when the Cavs take on the Bucks?
Who do you think will win this match, HollywoodLifers? Will the Bucks beat Cleveland or will the Cavaliers claim another victory?