NBA Playoffs Recap: Tyrese Haliburton Leads Pacers to OT Victory Over Bucks 121-118

NBA Showdown: Tyrese Haliburton’s stellar performance propelled the Indiana Pacers to a thrilling 121-118 overtime victory against the Milwaukee Bucks.

Haliburton finished with a free throw to cap off an impressive 18 points, 16 assists, and 10 rebounds, defeating Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton’s explosive 42 points.

NBA Playoffs Recap: Tyrese Haliburton Leads Pacers to OT Victory Over Bucks 121-118

After utilizing a deft crossover move on Patrick Beverley, Haliburton got distance and made a foul line shot. In order to top Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton’s explosive 42-point explosion, he finished with a free throw to cap off an 18-point, 16-assist, 10-rebound performance.

With the contributions of Pascal Siakam and Myles Turner, the sixth-seeded Pacers took a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Myles Turner finished with 29 points and nine rebounds. Sunday is Game 4 in Indianapolis.

After appearing to have a left leg injury late in the first quarter, Damian Lillard overcame it to finish with 28 points, eight assists, and three steals while being hindered by an aching Achilles tendon. For the third-seeded Bucks, who played their sixth consecutive game without two-time NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo (left calf strain), Bobby Portis finished with 17 points and 18 rebounds.

Mavericks 101, Clippers 90

In the third game of the Western Conference first-round playoff series, Dallas defeated visiting Los Angeles thanks to 22 points, 10 rebounds, and 9 assists from Luka Doncic.

The Mavericks, who lead the best-of-seven series 2-1, got 19 of their 21 points from Kyrie Irving in the last 14 minutes of play. Game 4 will take place in Dallas on Sunday.

The Clippers, who had 19 turnovers, were led in scoring by Norman Powell and James Harden, who each had 21 points. Ivica Zubac chipped in with eight rebounds and 19 points.

Timberwolves 126, Suns 109

For the first time in team history, Minnesota leads the postseason series 3-0 after defeating host Phoenix behind the stats of 36 points and nine rebounds from Anthony Edwards.

On Sunday night in Phoenix, the Timberwolves will try to sweep Game 4 of their first-round Western Conference series, which is a best-of-seven matchup. Third-seeded Minnesota added 19 points and 14 rebounds from Rudy Gobert and 18 points and 13 rebounds from Karl-Anthony Towns.

The sixth-seeded Suns had 28 points from Bradley Beal, 25 from Kevin Durant, and 23 points and eight assists from Devin Booker.

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