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CHICAGO---Michael Carter-Williams made 22 points
and eight assists, and Khris Middleton scored 21
points as the Milwaukee Bucks avoided elimination
again with a 94-88 victory over the Chicago Bulls
in Game 5 of their first-round NBA playoff series
With a 3-2 lead, the Bulls will try to close it out
again Thursday at Milwaukee. No team has ever rallied
from a 3-0 deficit to win an NBA postseason series.
In other playoffs, the Brooklyn Nets beat the Atlanta
Bucks avoid elimination
again, beat Bulls 94-88
Hawks 120-115 in overtime to level their series and
the Portland Trail Blazers avoided elimination with a
99-92 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies.
The Bucks regrouped after a nine-point lead dwin-
dled to three, and they hung on again after a seven-
point lead shrunk to four with just over a minute
Carter-Williams hit 10 of 15 shots while outplaying
Derrick Rose. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 11 points
and reserve OJ Mayo added 10 for the Bucks.
Pau Gasol had 25 points and 10 rebounds for Chicago
but Rose and Jimmy Butler struggled.
Rose was 5 of 20 from the field and missed all seven
3-point attempts. He committed six of his team s 13
turnovers. Butler scored 20 points but shot 5 of 21.
In New York, Deron Williams rebounded from two
dismal games with 35 points as the Nets evened their
series against the Hawks at two games each.
The Nets, just 38-44 in the regular season, won
the second straight in the series and moved two
victories from becoming the sixth No 8 seed to beat
a No 1---only the fourth since the first round became
Bojan Bogdanovic made the go-ahead 3-pointer
with 1:25 left in overtime but the Nets never would
have gotten there without Williams, whose 16 points
in the fourth quarter were two fewer than he had total
in the first three games of the series.
Brook Lopez had 26 points and 10 rebounds for the
Jeff Teague had 20 points and 11 assists, and DeMarre
Carroll added 20 points and nine rebounds for the
Hawks, who host Game 5 today.
Kyle Korver had 16 points and 11 rebounds, but the
NBA s leading 3-point shooter during the regular
season missed three straight from behind the arc in
the final seconds with the Hawks trailing by three.
Portland s Damian Lillard scored 32 points as the
Trail Blazers rallied to deny the Grizzlies their first-
ever playoff sweep after Memphis led by as many as
10 points in the fourth quarter.
LaMarcus Aldridge had 18 points and 12 rebounds
Game 5 is today in Memphis. (AP)
Kevin Love will miss at least the
team s next playoff series with a
dislocated left shoulder, a damaging
blow to Cleveland s NBA title
Love got hurt in the first quarter
of Sunday s win over Boston as the
Cavs completed a first-round series
sweep. He got his left arm locked
with Celtics forward Kelly Olynyk
while chasing a loose ball.
Olynyk yanked down on Love s
arm and his shoulder popped out
of its socket joint. The Cavs said
Love sustained a torn ligament and
bruising. He is seeking additional
Cleveland acquired Love in a
blockbuster trade last summer with
Minnesota, teaming him with All-
Stars LeBron James and Kyrie Irving
to give the Cavs a "Big 3" capable
of winning a championship.
In his first postseason as a pro,
Love is averaging 14.3 points and
seven rebounds. Love made six 3-
pointers in Cleveland s Game 3 win.
Love out next series
Milwaukee Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams (5)
scores over Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose (1) as
Joakim Noah (13) and Taj Gibson (22) watch during
the second half in Game 5 of the NBA basketball
playoffs Monday night in Chicago. The Bucks won
94-88. AP PHOTO
Of Reyes Trace, Syne Village
Departed this life on
Monday 27th April, 2015
Son of Harold and the late Rose Sookhan
son- in- law of Mungal and Doris Ramgoolam.
Husband of Annmarie. Father of Kevin and Alvin.
Father in law of Tracy. Brother of Pradeep, Naresh
Sandra, Indra and Sharran. Brother-in-law of Judy,
Roy, Mark, Vishram, Vickram, Nora, Sharon and he late Videsh.
Uncle of 13, Great Grand uncle of 8.
Relative of the Oudits, Allards, Beharrys, Sirjus, Sookhansingh,
Bhimuls, Ramgoolams, and Pustams.
Funeral Services for the late Davanand Sookhan will take place at
2.00 p.m. on Wednesday 29th April, 2015 at the house of mourning
Reyes Trace, Syne Village, Penal and thence to the Batchyia Cemetery
for burial according to Christian Rites.
Enquirers can be made at Boodoo's Funeral Home, Penal 647 7527
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