The Brooklyn Nets set out to top the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 after losing Game 3 on an old-fashioned, defensive-type basketball game where neither side eclipsed 100 points. In the first quarter of Game 4, Nets point guard Kyrie Irving almost ended Thanasis Antetokounmpo– Giannis’ brother’s– life with a filthy crossover move.
Unfortunately, Kyrie couldn’t finish the shot but the Brooklyn Nets bench was absolutely hyped with the lethal move by Kyrie. Either way, what a disgusting move by Kyrie, and a made shot more than likely would have had the Brooklyn Nets side-line and bench going absolutely bonkers.
Kyrie Irving epic crossover move on Thanasis Antetokounmpo in Bucks vs Nets Game 4
This is nothing new for Kyrie, who is one of the most dangerous one-on-one players in the NBA and had no business being guarded by Thanasis Antetokounmpo.
The Bucks are riding their momentum from a grind-it-out Game 3 victory, but the Nets got Jeff Green back and are still waiting to see when James Harden will make his return to the court.
After Game 3 where both teams struggled to score, it looks as if they should have no problem crossing the 100-point threshold.