Why the Nets missed James Harden in Game 3 vs. the Bucks | SC with SVP

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Why the Nets missed James Harden in Game 3 vs. the Bucks | SC with SVP” – below is their description.

    Why the Nets missed James Harden in Game 3 vs. the Bucks | SC with SVP

    Tim Legler joins Scott Van Pelt to discuss the Milwuakee Bucks making clutch plays down the stretch to win Game 3 and get back in the series vs. the Brooklyn Nets.

    0:00 Legler says the Nets missed James Harden a ton on last few possessions.

    0:38 Legler breaks down the final minute with the Bucks coming up clutch.

    2:49 Tim Legler likes Khris Middleton’s mid-range game compared to Giannis Antetokounmpo’s which is better to have in the clutch moments

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