Suns vs Bucks NBA Live: The Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks will meet each other for the third game in the NBA Finals. The Suns have won the first two games of the Finals and in Game 2, Devin Booker’s 31 points outing sealed the deal for the Suns. The Suns’ defense limited Bucks to 16 points in the second quarter and didn’t give them an opening for a comeback. More information about PHX vs MIL Dream11 will be given here.
Host: Milwaukee Bucks
Visitors: Phoenix Suns
Match Timing: 12 July, @ 05:30 AM
Venue: Fiserv Forum
Where to WATCH Suns vs Bucks NBA Live Score and Streaming?
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.
Phoenix Suns| Milwaukee Bucks
Games: 18| 19
Wins: 14| 12
Defeats: 04| 07
Suns vs Bucks Finals Game 3: The Suns have shown throughout the Playoffs that are a more than handful to deal with and as they inch closer to the championship, they will only feel more confident. The Bucks have not gotten top-notch production from anyone outside Antetokounmpo in the first two games and for that reason, they will have to play catch-up again. Can the Bucks overcome the adversity here and make sure that both teams get back to Phoenix for at least a Game 5?
Phoenix Suns News:
Status Out: Dari Saric will not play in the Playoffs.
Status Questionable: Torrey Craig is “Game Time Decision”.
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.
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.
Projected Fantasy Points: 59
Giannis has been carrying the major load for the Bucks for multiple years now and the lengthy forward has showcased his premium skills during the postseason. His length allows him to dominate both ends of the floor and he has become one of the most elite rebounders in the league. The genius Forward scampered home 42 points and 14 rebounds in the loss during Game 2. Giannis can be considered as a candidate for Super-Player in the Dream11 NBA play.
D-Book is buckets from the floor and seeps in points like he is having his breakfast. The Guard has been tearing apart defenses throughout the Playoffs and has given the length Bucks team fits during the first two games. He is just two games away from being an NBA champion and surely he will like to wrap the business in Milwaukee itself. Devin put up 31 points and 6 assists in Game 2.
Paul has been instrumental in the Suns’ run during the postseason and has given them superb leadership in the role of a floor general. CP-3 has shown his mastery in dribbling, scoring, and playmaking, making the backcourt one of the best in the league. Paul compiled 23 points and 8 assists in Game 2.
Middleton is a versatile forward who can put up points, rebounds, and also distribute the ball at an elite clip. He has given the Bucks superb production throughout the Playoffs and has even willed them to victories by his scoring. In Game 2, the multi-talented Forward got hold of only 11 points on 5/16 shooting but did manage 8 assists and 6 rebounds.
Jrue Holiday: PPG: 17.2 APG: 8.4 RPG: 5.6 SPG: 1.4 TPG: 2.5
The veteran guard has been inconsistent in terms of scoring throughout the playoffs but he holds immense value as a perimeter defender, primary ball-handler, and rebounder. He has shot only around 30% so far in the series and in Game 2, he lugged in 17 points, 7 assists, and 5 rebounds.
DeAndre Ayton: PPG: 16.2 RPG: 12.1 TPG: 1.1 PFP: 39
Ayton has shown incredible maturity during the postseason and has made a huge difference as a low-post player, interior defender, and rebounder. Deandre logged in 10 points, 11 rebounds, and 2 blocks in Game 2.
Brook Lopez: PPG: 13.4 RPG: 6.2 BPG: 1.7 PFP: 26
Lopez brings a lot of experience as a lengthy Center, who can score, rebound, and defend the paint. Brook picked up 8 points, 9 rebounds, 2 blocks, and 2 steals in Game 2.
Mikal Bridges: PPG: 11.8 RPG: 4.3 SPG: 1.0 PFP: 28
Bobby Portis: PPG: 8.6 RPG: 5.1 PFP: 14
Jae Crowder: PPG: 9.9 RPG: 5.7 PFP: 18
Pat Connaughton: PPG: 6.6 RPG: 3.9 PFP: 16
Cameron Johnson: PPG: 8.2 RPG: 3.1 PFP: 18
PG: J Holiday(PP)
SG: P Connaughton, C Johnson
SF: M Bridges
PF: P Tucker, G Antetokounmpo(SP)
C: B Lopez, D Ayton