The Milwaukee Bucks squeaked by the Miami Heat in overtime Sunday, 118-115, to extend their second-round playoff series. The Bucks came into play down 3-0 and lost star forward Giannis Antetokounmpo to a recurring ankle injury in the second quarter. After going down, he limped to the free throw line to take two attempts before retreating to the locker room for the rest of the game.
Small forward Khris Middleton filled the void, nearly getting a triple-double in the process. Middleton finished with 36 points, eight rebounds, and eight assists. The Bucks were down to being 1.9 seconds from elimination but were able to push the game into overtime after a made free thrown from Donte DiVincenzo. Middleton was in control at the end of OT. He scored the team's last five points.