Malcolm Brogdon is guarded by Kawhi Leonard of the Toronto Raptors. Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images/AFP
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Bucks face elimination after tweaking starting lineupMired in their worst skid of the season at the worst possible time, the Milwaukee Bucks need an answer in the Eastern Conference finals. The Bucks returned to the starting five they used most of the season in Game 5, the lineup that helped them to the NBA's best record. Guard Malcolm Brogdon finished with 18 points, 11 rebounds and six assists Thursday in his first start since returning from an injury in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Boston Celtics. After winning the first two games in the series, the Bucks then lost consecutive games for only the second time all season.The Bucks got just 15 points from their bench Thursday, their lowest of any game this series.
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