The 2021 NBA Finals began as a best-of-seven series but, beginning with Game 5 on Saturday night, the matchup is now a best-of-three. The Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks are tied at 2-2 after four games, with the series shifting back to Arizona. The Suns won the first two games at home, taking control of the series. The Bucks then answered with back-to-back wins at Fiserv Forum, including a comeback victory in Game 4 on Wednesday. Watch Milwaukee Bucks vs. Phoenix Suns Game-5: Suns vs Bucks- 18th July NBA Playoffs LIVE stream, watch online, Schedules. Phoenix built a 2-0 lead before Milwaukee responded with two wins in its home building to even the series at 2-2.
Fixture: Phoenix Suns vs Milwaukee Bucks | 2021 NBA Finals Game 5
Date & Time: Saturday, July 17th, 9 PM ET (Sunday, 6:30 AM IST)
Venue: Phoenix Suns Arena, Phoenix, AZ
So, the Suns getting up to 17 apiece in those two categories for the Game 4 loss is just part of what the Bucks do. But it’s not what Phoenix is known for at all, and that is the line in the sand we have reached in the 2021 NBA Finals. Suns vs. Bucks score, results: Milwaukee survives Devin Booker’s Game 4 outburst, evens series
Phoenix Suns vs Milwaukee Bucks
Game 1: Phoenix 118, Milwaukee 105
Game 2: Phoenix 118, Milwaukee 108
Game 3: Milwaukee 120, Phoenix 110
Game 4: Milwaukee 109, Phoenix 103
Game 5: July 17 at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Game 6: July 20 at Milwaukee, 9 p.m.
Game 7: July 22 at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
One year later, the Clippers were up 3-1 on the Houston Rockets with a 19-point lead in the third quarter of Game 6, and they found a way to gag up both the game and the series. Narrative-wise, it canceled out Paul’s masterful first-round performance against the San Antonio Spurs. All told, Paul’s Clippers became the first team in history to lose a series they led at some point in five consecutive postseasons and never advanced past the second round.