In their demoralizing 144-97 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday, Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro felt that Giannis Antetokounmpo and Co. had a plan to avenge their poor showing in last year’s playoffs.

Per Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Herro felt that the Bucks were hell bent not only on beating them  but also to prove a point.

The rematch of last season’s Eastern Conference Finals wasn’t as competitive as everyone thought it would be. Right from the get-go, the Bucks exploded on the Heat with a 46-26 lead in the first quarter. Miami never led once while Milwaukee held as much as a 51-point lead.

The Mike Budenholzer-coached team also knocked down 29 triples to claim the NBA record.

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Milwaukee’s dominant win over the Heat wasn’t just to get back on the team that upset them in the postseason. The Bucks were also looking to avenge their 20-point loss to the New York Knicks on Sunday.

After all, the Knicks—despite their impressive core of young guys—are still tagged as an up and coming team. It was simply embarrassing for the Bucks to be dominated by a squad that has been a bottom-feeder for so long. Two-time MVP and Defensive Player of the Year Giannis Antetokounmpo criticized his team’s performance against the ‘Bockers, pointing out that they did not play the brand of basketball they’ve been known for.

As such, their convincing win over the Heat could be labeled as a return to form. The Bucks now improve to 2-2 in the young season. They’ll face Tyler Herro and the Heat again on Wednesday night.