Bucks vs Suns NBA Live: The Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns will meet each other for the sixth game in the NBA Finals. The Suns won the first two games but now they are at the backfoot as the Bucks have claimed three games in a row and in Game 5, Antetokounmpo’s 32 points effort highlighted the Bucks’ hard work to stall off a difficult Phoenix team. Suns are in a must-win situation and will need to figure out ways to close out games.. Information about MIL vs PHX Dream11 will be given here.
Host: Milwaukee Bucks
Visitors: Phoenix Suns
Match Timing: 21 July, @ 06:30 AM
Venue: Fiseerv 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| Phoenix Suns
Games: 22 | 21
Wins: 15| 14
Defeats: 07| 07
Bucks vs Suns Finals Game 6: Then Bucks have shown the value of being resolute in sports as they have come back from a 0-2 deficit. The Suns have had no answer for the inside-outside balanced offense of the Bucks and the Bucks have feasted in the paint courtesy of their length. The Suns will need more out of Chris Paul who has not been as assertive as he should be but this is in part due to a tough perimeter defense of the Bucks. Milwaukee can wrap up the NBA championship and the season in this game and the Suns will need to play a strong hand urgently if they are to force a Game 7 or their dreams will be shattered by the Giannis-led juggernaut.
Milwaukee Bucks News:
Status Out: Donte DiVincenzo and Thanasis Antetokounmpo will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: No one has been ruled out.
Milwaukee Bucks active roster: Jrue Holiday, Brook Lopez, Bryn Forbes, Pat Connaughton, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jeff Teague, Khris Middleton, Sam Merrill, Axel Toupane, Bobby Portis, Rodions Kurucks, Mamadi Diakite.
Phoenix Suns News:
Status Out: Dario Saric will not feature in this series again.
Status Questionable: Nothing further to report so far.
Phoenix Suns active roster: Jae Crowder, Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges, Deandre Ayton, Cameron Johnson, Cameron Payne, Frank Kaminsky, Torrey Craig, E’twuan Moore, Damian Jones, Langston Galloway, Ty-Shon Alexander, Jevon Carter, and Jalen Smith.
Projected Fantasy Points: 62
Giannis is just one game away from becoming an NBA champion and most likely the NBA Finals MVP as he has been assertive at both ends and rebounded at an elite clip. Antetokounmpo has terrorized the defense of the Suns and his mix of athleticism and size is too much to handle for any Forward in the league. The Greek Freak gathered 32 points, 9 rebounds, and 6 assists in Game 5. His stellar form makes him a candidate for Super-Player in the Dream11 NBA play.
The current 2-3 deficit can’t be pinned on D-Book who has been on fire throughout the Playoffs and in the Finals as well. The Bucks have done a great job guarding Devin but he keeps on piling points on them because of his extraordinary skillset. The guard was blazing in Game 5, hoarding 40 points.
While Paul has by no means been terrible for the Suns in the Finals, he has had not matched the firepower from Bucks at times, who possess three main scorers in the lineup. However, the guard has dished off assists after assists and played some intelligent basketball to make up for his scoring. He brought in 21 points and 11 assists in Game 5.
Middleton has been a huge difference between both teams as his high-quality play has helped Bucks be dominant on the offensive end. He has produced game-winning performances in the Playoffs and arguably forms the most devastating duo in the league with Giannis. He lit up the Suns with 29 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists.
Jrue Holiday: PPG: 17.6 APG: 8.5 RPG: 5.6 SPG: 1.5 TPG: 2.4
The veteran guard shares peculiar similarities with Chris Paul in terms of game style, role as the floor general, and a two-way mindset. He has elevated the Bucks to a new level this season and was on fire in Game 5, logging 27 points and 13 assists.
DeAndre Ayton: PPG: 16.0 RPG: 12.1 BPG: 1.0 TPG: 1.2 PFP: 39
DeAndre is a mature “back-to-basket” player who has been consistent for the Suns in terms of scoring, rebounding, and defensive duties, averaging a double-double in the postseason. Ayton logged 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 2 blocks in Game 5.
Brook Lopez: PPG: 13.1 RPG: 5.8 BPG: 1.5 PFP: 26
Lopez gives terrific balance and has been stellar in the Playoffs with his scoring, rebounding, and defense. He turned up with 9 points and 6 rebounds in Game 5.
Mikal Bridges: PPG: 11.3 RPG: 4.2 PFP: 20
Bobby Portis: PPG: 8.4 RPG: 5.1 PFP: 16
Jae Crowder: PPG: 10.6 RPG: 5.8 PFP: 18
Pat Connaughton: PPG: 7.2 RPG: 4.2 PFP: 16
Cameron Johnson: PPG: 8.5 RPG: 3.2 PFP: 18
Cameron Payne: PPG: 9.3 APG: 3.3 PFP: 14
PG: C Payne, J Holiday
SG: D Booker(PP), P Connaughton, C Johnson
SF: M Bridges
PF: G Antetokounmpo(SP)
C: B Portis