Miami Heat vs. Milwaukee Bucks: Postgame Grades and Analysis

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Miami Heat vs. Milwaukee Bucks: Postgame Grades and Analysis
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After a frisky first half by the Milwaukee Bucks, the Miami Heat had little trouble dispatching them 104-91 at the buzzer.

The Heat win puts them up 3-0 in the opening-round series and the Bucks' hopes for any sort of upset on life support.

Ray Allen was the top dog in Game 3, surpassing Reggie Miller with playoff three-pointer No. 321 and 322. His five treys and 23 points were tops in the game.

LeBron James chipped in 22 points and six assists, while Chris Bosh closed with 16 points and 14 rebounds.

For Milwaukee, six players reached double figures, but it wasn't nearly enough. Larry Sanders was a bright spot, going for 16 points and 11 rebounds.

The Heat will look to complete a four-game sweep of the Bucks in Milwaukee on Sunday afternoon.

Let's hit the Bleacher Report classroom to see how everyone graded out in another blowout win for the Heat.

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