The Brooklyn Nets were missing one star player and had another one returning from an injury and struggling.
Luckily they have a third; Kevin Durant.
Durant did everything for the Nets, scoring 49 points on 69% shooting from the field while grabbing 17 rebounds and handing out 10 assists. Durant did everything he could to help the Nets take a 3-2 series lead against the Milwaukee Bucks.
He was certainly needed; Kyrie Irving is out with an injury and James Harden is just returning from one and struggled with 5 points on 1-10 shooting.
The Nets faced a 43-59 deficit at half, but came roaring back on the play of Durant to win 114-108; besting the Bucks 71-49 in the second half.
The two team face off in Milwaukee for game six on Thursday, with the Nets looking to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals.