amid boos as Milwaukee Bucks take commanding 3-1 lead
In the days leading up to the team's first road playoff games in Chicago, the Milwaukee Bucks used every opportunity they could to shower Grayson Allen with boos.
Game 5 will be Wednesday night in Milwaukee.
Even if he has gained a reputation as a villain in Chicago, Allen insisted after the game Sunday that he does not feed off such a negative reaction.
Added guard Jrue Holiday: "When we booed him during the game, and he really started hooping, I think we just stuck with it."
After leading all scorers in Game 3 on Friday with 22 points, Allen was even better on Sunday afternoon.
The Bulls were outscored by a combined score of 230-176 in the two games on their home floor and must win Wednesday to extend their season.
"You got to give [Allen] credit," Bulls guard Zach LaVine said.
"You can't just account for him. It's everybody."