Bucks vs Hawks NBA Live: The Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks will face each other for the second game in the Eastern Conference Finals. The first game between the two squads was intense and went down right to the wire as the Hawks prevail behind a Trae Young performance that brought him an outstanding 48 points and 11 assists. The Bucks were engaged in a tug-of-war and it was the third quarter where the Hawks made their run to attain some separation and keep Milwaukee behind till the buzzer. The Bucks didn’t play terribly but they will need to shore up their defense. Information about MIL vs ATL Dream11 will be given here
Host: Milwaukee Bucks
Visitors: Atlanta Hawks
Match Timing: 26 June, @ 06:00 AM
Venue: Fiserv Forum
Streaming: WATCH Bucks vs Nets NBA Live on Sony channels including Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 3 and Sony ESPN in India, and SonyLiv App.
Milwaukee Bucks| Atlanta Hawks
Games: 12 | 13
Wins: 08| 09
Defeats: 04| 04
Bucks vs Hawks ECF Game 2: Bucks were outdone by the wits of the Hawks in Game 1 and they will surely have learned some lessons from the game. The Hawks are not unbeatable for the Bucks and it can be argued that they have more weapons to deploy at the offensive side, with three distributors, finishers, and rebounders. However, the trouble for the Bucks came on the defensive side as their inside defense was exposed and the Hawks managed some easy buckets. This series can be a long one too if the Bucks figure out the defensive side of the things.
Milwaukee Bucks News:
Status Out: Donte DiVincenzo will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Jordan Nwora is “probable” for the game.
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: Bogdan Bogdanovic is questionable 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: 64
Giannis’s postseason performance has showcased that he is one of the best players in the world right and is ready to win a championship. His physique and wingspan allow him to be effective at scoring in the paint, rebounding, and he also adds intrigue with his superb passing. He pouched in 34 points, 12 rebounds, 9 assists, 2 steals, and 2 blocks in Game 1. Antetokounmp is one of the candidates for Super-Player in the Dream11 NBA situation.
The Point Guard has displayed the will to win and collect multiple accolades after reaching new peaks 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. Trae was doubted as a leader for the past seasons but he has done a superb job at scoring and distributing at a high clip. Trae turned up for 48 points, 11 assists, and 7 rebounds in Game 1.
Khris is a big piece for the Bucks and his multi-talented game allows him to be a difference-maker on a nightly basis. Middleton has shown his mettle throughout the Playoffs and has helped the Bucks make such a deep run in the postseason. However, in Game 1, he was limited to 6/23 shooting, going for 15 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists.
Clint is known for his superb defense and grabbing rebounds at a high clip. He can also chip in with paint points and help his team salvage the control of the game from time to time. Capela went for 12 points, 19 rebounds, and 1 block in the win against the Bucks in Game 1.
Jrue Holiday: PPG: 16.7 APG: 7.8 RPG: 5.8 SPG: 1.4 TPG: 2.2 PFP: 38
Holiday has stepped for the Bucks many times this Playoffs and as the primary ball-handler, he gives them a chance to cut to the basket, or pop out to score baskets. He can also provide scoring, rebounding and is a lockdown perimeter defender. Jrue collected 33 points, 10 assists, 4 rebounds, and 2 steals in Game 1.
John Collins: PPG: 14.6 RPG: 8.8 TPG: 1.3 PFP: 33
Collins is an effective inside scorer who can also pile up rebounds. He has given the Hawks a lift this postseason and is one of the main ingredients at both the offensive and defensive ends. John posted 23 points and 15 rebounds in Game 1.
Brook Lopez: PPG: 12.5 RPG: 6.8 BPG: 1.7 PFP: 27
Brook is known for superb inside defense and has the ability to put up points and rebound as well. He was limited to only 7 points and 2 rebounds in Game 1.
Bobby Portis: PPG: 7.3 RPG: 5.0 PFP: 17
Bryn Forbes: PPG: 8.1 PFP: 10
Danilo Gallinari: PPG: 12.2 RPG: 3.9 PFP: 22
Kevin Huerter: PPG: 11.7 RPG: 3.9 TPG: 1.1 PFP: 22
PG: L Williams, T Young(SP), J Holiday(PP)
SG: K Huerter
SF: P Connaughton
PF: P Tucker, D Gallinari
C: C Capela