Giannis Antetokounmpo
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Milwaukee Bucks are a force to be reckoned with this season. Recently, they became the first team to clinch playoff berth, at the same time setting a new record of earliest qualification with least wins.

Last season, they lost the Eastern Conference Finals (2-4) to the eventual champions, the Toronto Raptors. But, this year it should be different, according to sports analyst Nick Wright.

With the way that the Bucks are playing, none of the teams in the East should be able to give them a scare. It will be their own fault if the fail to make it to the NBA Finals.

“If somehow, some way the Bucks don’t make the NBA Finals it’s going to be self-inflicted. … I don’t see Toronto, Miami, Philly or Boston being able to throw a real scare into Milwaukee,” Wright said.

Milwaukee is currently sitting atop the Eastern Conference with a 50-8 record which is also the best in the entire league.