Few, if any, NBA teams possess the crazy length that the Milwaukee Bucks have. This allows them to do things like fly out of nowhere to block a shot on some poor, unsuspecting player on a fast break.
That happened to Tim Frazier of the New Orleans Pelicans. Frazier thought he was going to have a pretty easy layup in transition, but instead, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Tony Snell combined to block his shot. They didn’t combine like “one dude slows him down and the other stuffs him,” the duo literally blocked Frazier’s shot at the exact same time.
The Bucks are one of those fun teams that are capable of doing fun stuff on any given night. That was on display here, much to the chagrin of the Pelicans.