Indiana Pacers guard Tyrese Haliburton made a pointed remark about the Milwaukee Bucks’ home crowd following the first two games of their playoff series.

Haliburton’s comment comes after the Pacers’ impressive victory over the Bucks in Game 2, leveling the series at one game apiece.

Despite playing in front of the Bucks’ home crowd, Haliburton suggested that the atmosphere lacked the intensity and energy typically associated with playoff basketball.

“We’ve had regular season crowds better than what we’ve played in the last two games,” Haliburton said postgame.

The Pacers’ victory in Game 2 was fueled by Pascal Siakam’s outstanding performance, as he continued to showcase his postseason prowess with a 37-point masterpiece.

With the series shifting to Indianapolis for Game 3, the Pacers will look to capitalize on their home-court advantage and build on their momentum from the previous game.