Bucks reassure Bledsoe as shooting woes linger

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Bucks reassure Bledsoe as shooting woes linger
Bucks reassure Bledsoe as shooting woes linger

Malika Andrews ESPN TORONTO -- The extra shots were supposed to help. Giannis Antetokounmpo, Eric Bledsoe and Khris Middleton were the last people on the Scotiabank Arena court at morning shootaround on Tuesday. The trio evaded the throng of journalists that had descended at center court and instead shot extra free throws, put up a few more 3-pointers. After shooting a combined 23 percent in Game 3, the three players were determined to play better than they had on Sunday, and that meant squeezing in some extra repetitions. Some improvements were made -- Antetokounmpo finished with 25 points, 13 more than he had in Game 3 -- but it wasn't enough. The Milwaukee Bucks dropped Game 4 of the Eastern

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