Giannis Antetokounmpo said that his focus was on being aggressive following the Milwaukee Bucks' 104-89 win over the Brooklyn Nets in Game 6.

The series is now tied 3-3, with Game 7 on Saturday in Brooklyln.

"I didn't shoot a 3 tonight, but I'm just trying to be aggressive," said Antetokounmpo. "Get downhill, make the right play, I think there was maybe one or two plays I was open at the 3-point line and maybe could have shot it.

"But what I know is that I enjoy the game when I'm aggressive, and I can get downhill and I can get my teammates involved, and when I play to my strengths." 

Antetokounmpo finished the game with 30 points and 17 rebounds, all without shooting a single three pointer. Khris Middleton added 38 points and 10 rebounds.

11 of Antetokounmpo's 12 field goals came from inside the paint. His average field goal distance in the game was 5.6 feet, the lowest of this playoffs. 

Mike Budenholzer added that Antetokounmpo needed to remain aggressive for Game 7.

"Giannis coming into the game was in a good place. Just get him where he's attacking and creating for his teammates, creating for himself. He came in today in a good place, and we've got to stay there going into Game 7."