NBA 2020: Marvin Williams and James Ennis come to blows in game 3

The NBA’s first round playoff action inside the Orlando bubble continues to roll along with a four-game Sunday feast.

The LeBron James-led Los Angeles Lakers head into game three locked up at 1-1 with the Portland Trail Blazers in a key Sunday contest.

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In the other Western Conference battle, the Houston Rockets have thrust their name high on the contender’s list by dominating the Oklahoma City Thunder through the opening two games and can move to 3-0.

The Eastern Conference leading Milwaukee Bucks secured the win over the Orlando Magic to move to 2-1 as the Miami Heat look to move to 3-0 with a win over the Indiana Pacers.

Here is the biggest and best moments from the day’s play.

CHAOS UNFOLDS IN FIERY NBA SCENE

The Milwaukee Bucks have regained control of their first round series with a 121-107 victory to go up 2-1.

Reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo was once again at his devastating best as he recorded 35 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists.

As good as the win was for the Bucks, it was overshadowed by an incident that unfolded in the second quarter.

With the Bucks in complete control, a rebound battle ensued between Orlando’s James Ennis and Milwaukee’s Marvin Williams.

A push and shove between the two unfolded after a coming together and as officials and staff raced to separate the two men, Ennis swung his right arm to slap Williams’ arm away causing Bucks assistant Darvin Ham to hit the deck.

James Ennis and Marvin Williams got into it 😳 pic.twitter.com/mHdXwjzDky

Both players were ejected from the contest after it was reviewed by officials.

“Upon review from instant replay, it was determined that fighting fouls would be assessed. As per NBA rules, fighting fouls are technical fouls that carry an automatic ejection,” crew chief Marc Davis said post-game.

Game four will take place on Tuesday at 3:30am (AEST) with the Magic looking to level the series up at 2-2.

MIAMI HEAT vs INDIANA PACERS (ongoing)

HOUSTON ROCKETS vs OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER (8am)

LOS ANGELES LAKERS vs PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS (10:30am)

Raptors dominate game 3

NBA: The Toronto Raptors are one win closer to the second round of the NBA playoffs.

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