After enduring a pair of embarrassing losses to start the NBA Playoffs, John Wall and Eric Bledsoe returned home and bounced back with exceptional performances.
Bledsoe had the most to prove in Milwaukee. After former Cardinal Terry Rozier took it to him in Boston, Bledsoe got the best of him in Game Three. The former Wildcat scored 17 points (62% FG), while limiting Rozier to just nine points and forcing five turnovers. The Bucks rolled Boston 116-92.
— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) April 21, 2018
Wall’s Wizards took a beating from the top-seeded Toronto Raptors on the road. Back in D.C., Wall will his team to win win. He dominated the first three quarters before throwing it in cruise control for a 122-103 win. Wall finished the night with 28 points and 14 assists.
The other Cat in action last night, Alex Poythress, did not play for the Pacers, but Indianapolis got a 92-90 win to take a 2-1 lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers.