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NBA Finals: Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks | Game 6, MIL leads series 3-2

After one of the strangest postseasons ever, the NBA Finals are here. The matchup features two of the longest-suffering franchises in the league, as the Phoenix Suns will take on the Milwaukee Bucks. The Suns have never won a title, while the Bucks’ only championship came way back in 1971. One way or another, a long drought is going to come to an end later this month. Watch live stream Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks, Game 6, MIL leads series 3-2

Phoenix Suns vs Milwaukee Bucks
Bucks lead series 3-2
Game 1: Suns 118, Bucks 105
Game 2: Suns 118, Bucks 108
Game 3: Bucks 120, Suns 100
Game 4: Bucks 109, Suns 103
Game 5: Bucks 123, Suns 119
Game 6 (at Bucks): Tuesday, July 20 | 9 p.m. ET

The Phoenix Bucks hot off a pivotal Game 4 win in front of their home crowd that evened the series 2-2 — defeated the Phoenix Suns 123-119 on Saturday to take a series lead for the first time in these NBA Finals.
It was Milwaukee’s first win in Phoenix since November 2017, and the Bucks improved to 12-2 in Games 3-7 this postseason. (The Bucks are 3-5 in Games 1 and 2.)

Finally, Jrue Holiday enjoyed his best game of the series, generating the game-swinging steal against Booker and producing 27 points and 13 assists. All told, the Bucks shot 58 percent from the floor in Game 5, and they have been at their best this season when playing at home. Milwaukee is a sterling 9-1 at Fiserv Forum during this playoff run, and its confidence should be sky-high after three straight wins.

Phoenix Suns vs Milwaukee Bucks: Predicted Starting 5s
Point Guard – Chris Paul l Shooting Guard – Devin Booker l Small Forward – Mikal Bridges l Power Forward – Jae Crowder l Center – Deandre Ayton

Point Guard – Jrue Holiday l Shooting Guard – Khris Middleton l Small Forward – PJ Tucker l Power Forward – Giannis Antetokounmpo l Center – Brook Lopez