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Mike Budenholzer on Khris Middleton’s absence vs. Celtics: “We weren’t as healthy as we’d like to be, but nobody cares”

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Milwaukee Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer discussed the absence of All Star Khris Middleton in their second round postseason loss to the Boston Celtics.

(Via CLNS Media):

“Every team goes through something. Nobody feels sorry for us. It’s an age-old equation. It’s like the calculus of the NBA is you gotta have good players, you gotta be a little bit lucky, and you gotta be healthy. You need all three of those things to win and advance in the playoffs. I’ve heard it a million times. I’ve learned it over and over again. We weren’t as healthy as we’d like to be, but nobody cares.”

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