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Aaron Rodgers apparently tweeted his reaction to the Milwaukee Bucks beating the Chicago Bulls in Game 3.
The Chicago Bulls achieved their first playoff victory since 2017 after defeating rival Milwaukee Bucks 114-110 in Game 2 to level their first-round series. After the win, the Bulls’ official Twitter account decided to take some shots at Bucks minority owner and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
The series went to Chicago, where the Bulls seek to take advantage of a Bucks team without Khris Middleton. Instead, Milwaukee blew up Chicago with a score of 111-81 to take a 2-1 league lead.
Rodgers apparently shared his reaction to what happened in Windy City on Friday night.
Aaron Rodgers had 3 emojis to sum up the Bucks directing the Bulls in Game 3
In the Bulls’ first home playoff game in five years, they set the wrong kind of record. Their loss of 30 points is officially theirs biggest margin of defeat in a home playoff game in franchise history.
As mentioned earlier, the Bucks were without Middleton after suffering an MCL sprain in Game 2. Even in his absence, Milwaukee had an absolutely fantastic team performance.
The Bucks were led by Grayson Allen, who scored 22 points from the bench while shooting 8-to-12 from the field and 5-to-7 from the three-point line. Bobby Portis secured a double-double after scoring 18 points (7-for-14 from the field) and 16 rebounds.
Chicago will look to level the series with a win in Game 4 on Sunday, Apr. 24. The tipoff time is at. 13:00 ET and will be broadcast on ABC.