Bucks Come to Town To Meet Bradley Beal and Wizards, At Capital One Arena. The Bucks are coming off a 119-98 home win over the Philadelphia 76ers. Giannis Antetokounmpo was solid with 31 points (12-of-17 from the field), 8 assists and 17 rebounds.
The Wizards will want to move on from a 117-126 loss to the Chicago Bulls, a game in which Bradley Beal contributed 53 points (15-of-27 FG), 4 assists and 5 rebounds. Jerome Robinson had an underwhelming performance with 2 points (1-of-5 shooting).
Will Bradley Beal replicate his 53 point performance in the last game’s loss to the Bulls? In the last head-to-head matchup between the teams, the Wizards lost on the road. The Wizards have won just 2 games of their last 5 contests. Out of the last 5 games the Bucks played, they came out victorious 4 times. Both are expected to be mostly healthy.
The Bucks are averaging 51.727 rebounds, while the Wizards are averaging only 42.382. Limiting this gap in rebounding will be key for the Wizards to win.
The Bucks are heading into this matchup a little more rested, having 2 days off since their last game, while the Wizards are playing back-to-back. The Wizards only have 1 game at home before taking off for 4 road games. Get all the Wizards tickets with no fees at TickPick. Top seats to Washington Wizards vs. Milwaukee Bucks at Capital One Arena starting from 24 dollars!Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.