The Milwaukee Bucks will try to tie the NBA finals to two wins against the Phoenix Suns when teams clash in Game 4. Fiserv forum on Wednesday. After losing the first two games of this year’s final, the Bucks were forced to play Game 3 on Sunday with a 120-100 victory.
Jannis Antetokounmpo put the Milwaukee Bucks behind with his second 40-10 game in a row and scored 41 points and 13 rebounds. He appeared to have completely recovered from a hyperextended knee he suffered in the Atlanta Hawks series two weeks ago. By the end of the third quarter, the Bucks were using a 16-0 lead to put the game out of reach, with Jrue Holiday participating with four 3-pointers in that period.
The Phoenix Suns still have a 2-1 lead and could have a more comfortable and almost unbreakable 3-1 lead if they win on Wednesday. To do that, they have to end their fight in Game 3 when Devin Booker scored just 10 points in 10 of 3 shots.
Injury report of the Phoenix Suns
DiVincenzo’s opening minutes passed to PJ Tucker, leading Chris Middleton to two saves.
Pat Konnaughton gobbled up most of the minutes of guarding the backup shot. The injury from DiVincenzo has limited coach Mike Budenholzer’s chances for next season, especially when the starters have to breathe. Luckily, Connaughton played well in the NBA Finals, giving the team the much-needed boost from the bench.
The Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks are predicted to start on the 5th
Point Guard – Chris Paul l Shooting Guard – Devin Booker l Little striker – Mikal Bridges l Forward forward – Jae Crowder l Center – Deandre Ayton
Point Guard – Jrue holiday l Shooting Guard – Chris Middleton l Little striker – PJ Taker l Forward forward – Giannis Antetokounmpo l Center – Brooke Lopes
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