Bucks vs Hawks NBA Live: The Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks will face each other for the fifth game in the Eastern Conference Finals. Both teams have split the first four games and in Game 4, the Hawks shocked the Bucks by beating them without Trae Young in incredible team performance, highlighted by a 21 points outburst by Lou Williams. In Game 4. Giannis went down with an injury and his status is doubtful for Game 5, severely crippling the Bucks chance to win the series. However, Trae is also questionable for Game 5 and it will be interesting to see how both teams respond with the Game 5 in Milwaukee. Information about MIL vs ATL Dream11 will be given here
Host: Milwaukee Bucks
Visitors: Atlanta Hawks
Match Timing: 2 July, @ 06:00 AM
Venue: Fiserv Forum
Sony Channels including Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 3 and Sony ESPN in India, and SonyLiv app. One can also catch the action on the NBA League Pass.
Milwaukee Bucks| Atlanta Hawks
Games: 15 | 16
Wins: 10| 10
Defeats: 05| 06
Bucks vs Hawks ECF Game 5: Hawks showed their bench strength in Game 4 as they defeated the Bucks without their star player. The Bucks would be in mental turmoil after losing Giannis to an injury and if he doesn’t return for Game 5 then the likes of Holiday and Khris will need to step up and show their skills. This game will be decided how both teams manage their resources and the coaching job will play a huge role in the flow of the game.
Milwaukee Bucks News:
Status Out: Donte DiVincenzo will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Giannis Antetokounmpo is doubtful for the fixture.
Milwaukee Bucks active roster: Jrue Holiday, Brook Lopez, Bryn Forbes, Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Pat Connaughton, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jeff Teague, Khris Middleton, Sam Merrill, Axel Toupane, Bobby Portis, Rodions Kurucks, Mamadi Diakite.
Atlanta Hawks News:
Status Out: DeAndre Hunter and Brandon Goodwin will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Clint Capela, Trae Young, and Bogdan Bogdanovic are “Game Time Decisions” for the fixture.
Atlanta Hawks active roster: Cam Reddish, Trae Young, DeAndre Hunter, John Collins, Kevin Huerter, Clint Capela, DeAndre Hunter, Bruno Fernando, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Tony Snell, Onyeka Okongwu, Lou Williams, Kris Dunn, Solomon Hill, Nathan Knight, and Skyler Mays.
Projected Fantasy Points: 49
Middleton is a vital piece for the Bucks and his versatile game allows him to be a substantial player on a nightly basis. Khris has shown his worth throughout the postseason and has aided the Bucks to make such a deep run. In Game 4, he collected 18 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists, he will need to better for his team’s chances and is a candidate for Super-Player in the Dream11 NBA play.
The flashy Guard has showcased the will to win and collect multiple accolades after reaching new heights this season. The Hawks and Trae have become one of the most feel-good stories around the league as they have overcome tough opponents in the Playoffs. Young has been questioned as a leader for the past seasons but he has done an admirable job at scoring and distributing at a high clip. He didn’t feature in Game 4 and is a “Game-Time decision”.
Capela is known for his incredible inside defense and hoarding boards at a high clip. The Center can also contribute with interior points and help his team take the control of the game from time to time. He chipped in with 15 points and 7 rebounds in Game 4 but his status is questionable for the game.
Jrue Holiday: PPG: 16.5 APG: 8.1 RPG: 5.3 SPG: 1.3 TPG: 2.3 PFP: 38
Holiday has taken command for the Bucks many times this playoff despite some inconsistencies and as the primary ball-handler, he gives them easy opportunities to cut to the basket, or pop out to score baskets. The Guard can also supplement scoring, rebounding and is a lockdown perimeter defender. Jrue collected 19 points, 9 assists, and 5 rebounds in Game 4.
John Collins: PPG: 13.6 RPG: 8.6 TPG: 1.3 PFP: 33
John, an athletic forward is a terrific inside scorer who can also pile up rebounds. Collins has provided the Hawks a major weapon this postseason and is one of the main players at both the offensive and defensive ends. Collins posted 4 and 7 rebounds in Game 1.
Brook Lopez: PPG: 12.2 RPG: 6.0 BPG: 1.5 PFP: 22
Lopez is known for shutdown inside defense and has the capacity to put up points and rebound as well. He was limited to only 7 points and 5 rebounds in Game 4.
Bobby Portis: PPG: 8.0 RPG: 4.9 PFP: 20
Danilo Gallinari: PPG: 12.4 RPG: 3.7 PFP: 22
Lou Williams: PPG: 7.4 PFP: 19
Kevin Huerter: PPG: 11.6 RPG: 3.9 TPG: 1.1 PFP: 22
PG: L Williams, J Holiday(PP)
SG: K Middleton(SP), K Huerter
SF: C Reddish
PF: J Collins
C: B Portis, B Lopez