Bryn Forbes is in the midst of an impressive season from the three-point line, and the former Michigan State guard had an electric outing Saturday afternoon.

Facing the Miami Heat, Forbes and the Milwaukee Bucks were up three games to none in the best of seven series during the NBA Playoffs. A slow start by the Bucks allowed the heat to take the lead into halftime, but a strong second-quarter performance by Forbes kept Milwaukee close.

He poured in 13 points during the quarter as the Bucks were able to make it a 64-57 deficit at the break:

The rest of the Bucks offense would wake up in the second half. Giannis Antetokounmpo posted 20 points and a triple-double while Brooke Lopez led all Milwaukee players with 25 points.

However, it was the sharpshooting of Forbes that helped pace the Bucks the entire way through. He made a game-high seven three-pointers and was impressively accurate, netting  7-of-14 tries from deep.

For the game, Forbes finished with 22 points and two rebounds as Milwaukee finished the four-game sweep of the Heat.

Milwaukee will advance and await the winner of the Brooklyn Nets vs Boston Celtics series.