Transcript for The Milwaukee Bucks defeat the Brooklyn Nets
Welcome back to "Gma" in a thrilling game in the NBA playoffs. The nets and bucks battling it out for a coveted spot in the eastern conference finals. ABC's Zachary kiesch is at Barclay center in Brooklyn. It was quite a night. Zachary, good morning. Reporter: Whit, good morning to you as well. What a game last night. Tough loss for the hometown team. If you're just a fan of the game, it was certainly one heck of a show. First time a game seven has gone to overtime in 15 years. The Milwaukee bucks knocked out a team that many thought could go all the way. Instead they're out and Milwaukee advances to the eastern conference finals. Overnight it was a match up that lived up to the billing and went down to the wire. Durant on the drive! Reporter: Two of the NBA's best battling back and forth. In a pivotal game seven. Milwaukee came out strong and hit big buckets leaving the Brooklyn nets in New York. The job is not done. We got to keep believing in ourselves. We got to keep playing good basketball. Reporter: Injuries have been the story around the league this season. Kyrie Irving out with an ankle injury and James harden with a it was apparent from the jump a Brooklyn win would be pinned on Kevin Durant. K.D. Pulled up for this bucket hitting what many believed was the game-winning shot. He turns. He shoots. Yes! With one second remaining. Reporter: Take another look. Durant who wears a size 18 shoe, had the tip of that foot on the line. The shot counting for only two points. Sending the home crowd into a frenzy and the game into overtime. I just seen the screen shot, how close I was to ending their season. Reporter: Brooklyn held strong, but the bucks always had an answer. Giannis scored 40. Durant who hit 48 left everything on the floor. Exhausted. K.D., as well. Reporter: After that heart breaking loss, Durant sharing a hug with his mother. This team worked extremely hard. They care about the game. We get ready for next year. Reporter: Back in Milwaukee fans packing together to celebrate that big win, hoping their two-time league MVP can lead them to their first championship in 50 years. A lot of folks around the league are hoping that Chris Paul can get back to action. He's really been a catalyst for that Phoenix suns' team out west that knocked out the L.A. Lakers. With the playoffs every player, every possession count. Whit, you know that. Absolutely. Some sad folks over there in -- nets fans in Brooklyn. All over New York. Absolutely all over. Zachary, thank you.
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