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The Milwaukee Bucks, who are without the services of their star forward Giannis Antetokounmpo due to an injury, are eliminated from the 2024 NBA Playoffs after a 4-2 first-round loss against Tyrese Haliburton's Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference. In the final quarter, Patrick Beverley was involved in an altercation with the Pacers fans and threw a basketball at the fans.

Rick Carlisle's Indiana Pacers defeated Doc Rivers' Milwaukee Bucks 4-2 to qualify for the East Playoffs semi-finals, where they are scheduled to face Jalen Brunson-led New York Knicks.

With 2:32 remaining in the fourth quarter and the Pacers were up by 20 points, Bucks Patrick Beverly was involved in an altercation with the home fans at the Gainbridge Fieldhouse on Thursday. Beverly, who scored six points and made five assists in 40 minutes, hurled a basketball at the Pacers fans and hit one in the face. The Bucks guard asked for the ball and again threw it toward the fans.

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In Game 6 between the Pacers and Bucks, Damian Lillard scored a game-high 28 points, however, the Bucks lost the game 120-98.  Apart from Lillard, Bobby Portis (20 points, 15 rebounds), Brook Lopez (20 points), and Khris Midleton (14 points) were the only Bucks stars to score in double digits.

On the other hand, six Pacers scored in double digits as Obi Toppin led the scoring with 21 points followed by TJ McConnell (20 points, 9 rebounds), Pascal Siakam (19), Tyrese Haliburton (17 points, 10 rebounds, and 6 assists) while Aaron Nesmith and Andrew Nembhard scored 15 and 14 points respectively.