Danilo Gallinari gets unstuck, here are his first points with Milwaukee Bucks

I Milwaukee Bucks seem to have gotten into gear in recent games, coming off 3 consecutive wins including two very wide ones against Philadelphia and Charlotte. In the last one against the Hornets, Danilo Gallinari finally found his first points with the new jersey, after the first two dry games. The Italian, also thanks to the gap translated into the final +38, had space: 15′ in which he was able to score 8 points.

The Rooster closed his competition with 8 points, 2 rebounds, 1 lost ball and 1 foul committed, shooting 2/4 from the field, 0/1 from three and 4/4 at the free. The former Pistons’ first basket was a three-point play, made from underneath by getting fouled by Grant Williams in the third quarter.

Danilo Gallinari arrived in Milwaukee after the trade deadline as a free agent when Detroit decided to cut him. With the Bucks, the Italian signed until the end of the season and took the court against Minnesota, Philadelphia and Charlotte: all wins for Milwaukee.

This season the Rooster is scoring. 6.9 points on average with 2.7 rebounds.

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