Bucks vs Suns NBA Live: The Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns will meet each other for the second game in the NBA Finals. In the first game, the Suns beat the Bucks behind a superb 32 points effort by Chris Paul. In Game 1, the Suns took a commanding lead by the end of the third quarter. The Suns shot an incredible 96% from the free-throw line and that was one of the big differences in the game as they had 26 attempts. Information about MIL vs PHX Dream11 will be given here.
Host: Phoenix Suns
Visitors: Milwaukee Bucks
Match Timing: 9 July, @ 06:30 AM
Venue: Talking Stick Resort Arena
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: 18 | 17
Wins: 12| 13
Defeats: 06| 04
Bucks vs Suns Finals Game 2: Phoenix has dominated during the postseason and they have seen a lot of different players chip in, however, CP-3 and Booker remain their most productive scorers. The Bucks faced a lot of problems in keeping Ayton off the boards as well and Deandre dominated the big man match-up. Giannis is back for the Bucks and his series can throw us plenty of surprises considering how two high-powered teams are hungry for the championship in the NBA Finals.
Milwaukee Bucks News:
Status Out: Donte DiVincenzo will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Nothing further to report.
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.
Phoenix Suns News:
Status Out: No one has been ruled out.
Status Questionable: Nothing further to report so far.
Phoenix Suns active roster: Jae Crowder, Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges, Deandre Ayton, Dario Saric, 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: 59
The Greek Freak has been at his premium during the Playoffs and leads his team in scoring and rebounding averages. The Forward is a revolutionary player who uses his size to shoot over tough defenders and make use of his frame as a rebounder and as a defensive player. Giannis can be considered as a candidate for Super-Player in the Dream11 NBA play.
Booker has produced consistently at the offensive end and leads his team in PPG. He has also been an effective rebounder and can even set up teammates for easy buckets. D-Book has also improved defensively over the years and he is hungry to win his First championship. Devin locked up 27 points and 6 rebounds in Game 1.
CP-3 is an insane ball handler, who acts as the primary playmaker and floor general for the Suns. Paul has also been scoring at a quality clip in the Playoffs and the Suns have seen tremendous contributions on the offensive side. Paul is a disciplined defender and brings a lot of elements to the game, with his ability to take care of the ball. Chris dug in for 32 points and 9 assists during Game 1.
Khris is the X-Factor for the Bucks and his play is often detrimental to their success. Middleton has posted some impressive scoring performances in the Playoffs but he is more than a scorer, with an ability to rebound and also dish off the ball. The talented Forward bagged 29 points and 7 rebounds in Game 1.
Jrue Holiday: PPG: 17.2 APG: 8.4 RPG: 5.7 SPG: 1.4 TPG: 2.6
Jrue has been up-and-down in terms of scoring throughout the playoffs but as a perimeter defender, primary ball-handler, and rebounder, he holds an immense value. The guard reeled in 10 points, 9 assists, and 7 rebounds in Game 1 but shot only 25% from the field.
DeAndre Ayton: PPG: 16.5 RPG: 12.2 TPG: 1.2 PFP: 39
Deandre has been bonkers throughout the Playoffs and his inside scoring, elite rebounding, and defense make him one of the best big men in the league. Ayton got hold of 22 points and 19 rebounds in Game 1.
Brook Lopez: PPG: 13.7 RPG: 6.1 BPG: 1.7 PFP: 26
Lopez is a 7+ ft Center who can score, rebound, and also play terrific inside defense. He has been impressive throughout the Playoffs but will need to a better job of keeping Deandre off the boards. Brook tapped home 17 points and 6 rebounds in Game 1.
Mikal Bridges: PPG: 10.8 RPG: 4.3 SPG: 1.0 PFP: 20
Bobby Portis: PPG: 9.3 RPG: 5.4 PFP: 17
Jae Crowder: PPG: 10.4 RPG: 5.2 PFP: 18
Pat Connaughton: PPG: 6.1 RPG: 3.9 PFP: 16
Cameron Johnson: PPG: 8.1 RPG: 3.1 PFP: 18
PG: Chris Paul(PP)
SG: C Johnson
SF: T Craig, M Bridges
PF: P Tucker, G Antetokounmpo(SP)
C: B Lopez, D Ayton