Milwaukee Bucks


The Milwaukee Bucks have been on a tear this season (2019-2020), becoming the fastest team in NBA history to clinch playoff berth. Late on Sunday night, the Chicago Bulls defeated the Washington Wizards 126-117 despite all-star Bradely Beal scoring a career high 53 points, which handed theBulls their 35th loss. Because of the Bulls loss, Milwaukee clinched its playoff berth. They still have a shot at joining the 2015-16 Golden State Warriors and 1995-96 Chicago Bulls at being one of only 3 teams to win 70 games in a season.Their record is 48-8, though impressive, but isn’t likely to break Golden State’s record of 73-9. The only way to break the Warriors’ record is to go undefeated for the rest of the season. Not only did the Bucks clinch the playoffs in the fewest games played, but also they were the earliest calendar wise. With Giannis Antetokounmpo cruising to his second straight MVP award, they not only have the best record but the best net offense by outscoring teams by almost 12 points in 100 possessions. However, this is still shy of the Bulls’ net rating of +13.3 in 100 possessions.