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The former Badger had played sparingly through four games in Las Vegas, but finally got his time on the hardwood. Trice scored 24 points and did it in a variety of ways. He shot 10-16 from the field while going 3-6 from distance.
As a smaller guard by NBA standards, Trice’s finishing was an element that he had to improve coming out of college. His package at the rim got better as his years in Madison went on, but buckets like this extension finish over Matur Maker need to become consistent for a player of his size:
D'Mitrik Trice showing off the touch on this extension finish over Makur Maker, who has a 7-foot-2 wingspan. Trice up to 17 points for the Bucks heading into the 4th. #Badgers pic.twitter.com/Ersuh0EMJM
— Asher Low (@alow_33) August 16, 2021
How about vintage Trice with a mid-range bucket off the dribble?
D'Mitrik Trice continues his hot shooting in this game for the Bucks as he is up to 22 points following this OTD J pic.twitter.com/Z6viOpqzxo
— Aram Cannuscio (@AC__Hoops) August 16, 2021
Courtesy of “Tremendous Upside,” on YouTube, here is a look at every Trice bucket from Monday’s loss: