The Phoenix Suns dropped a 3-pointer to the Milwaukee Bucks, who were eliminated in Game 2 of 118-108. 2021 NBA Finals Thursday. The 2-0 series leader means the Suns franchise has won two of its first NBA championships since its inception in 1968.
The Phoenix Suns knocked 20 of their 40 attempts off the other rope and were almost unstoppable in attack in Game 2, and now they are set to sweep the Milwaukee Bucks.
The series moves to Milwaukee, where the Bucks are 7-1 in the 2021 NBA playoffs. The Phoenix Suns have five chances to win two more games to secure the championship, but if they go into business on Sunday, they could consider another Suns in 4 series.
Phoenix Suns’ “sweep” opportunity
In the history of the league, one team took the lead with a score of 2: 0 35 times In the NBA finals and 31 of these teams won the championship, but not all of them caused a stir. Of those 31 teams, only nine swept their opponents, and the next one happened just three years ago. Here is a brief list of NBA history finals:
- The 2017-18 Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers
- San Antonio Spurs beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2006-07
- 2001-02 Los Angeles Lakers beat the New Jersey Nets
- In 1994-95, the Houston Rockets defeated the Orlando Magic
- In 1988-89, the Detroit Pistons defeated the Los Angeles Lakers
- In 1982-83, the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Los Angeles Lakers
- In 1974-75, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Washington Bullets
- In 1970-71, Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Baltimore Bullet
- In 1958-59, the Boston Celtics defeated the Minneapolis Lakers
History has shown that the Phoenix Suns have a 25.7 percent chance of sweeping the broom in the NBA Finals against the Milwaukee Bucks.