The Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks meet in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Saturday (Sunday AEST) and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
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Bucks vs Hawks Live Stream: How To Watch & Bet Online
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Bucks vs Hawks Match Details
🗓 Date: Saturday July 3 (Sunday July 4 AEST)
⏰ Time: 10:30am AEST
🏟 Stadium: State Farm Arena
Head to Head
- 02/07/21: Bucks 123-112 Hawks
- 30/06/21: Hawks 110-88 Bucks
- 28/06/21: Hawks 102-113 Bucks
- 26/06/21: Bucks 125-91 Hawks
- 24/06/21: Bucks 113-116 Hawks
Bucks vs Hawks Tips and Predictions
The Milwaukee Bucks are one game away from advancing to the NBA Finals and facing the Phoenix Suns for the championship. They lead the series 3-2 as they play in Atlanta for Game 6.
Fans of both sides wait anxiously to see if their best player is available for Game 6. Trae Young missed Game 5 for the Hawks and Giannis Antetokounmpo missed for the Bucks. It would appear that Giannis is more likely to miss Game 6 than play while the Hawks may be desperate for Young to return because they face an elimination game at home.
Brook Lopez stood up for the Bucks in Game 5 with a dominant 33-point performance. Khris Middleton finished with 26, Jrue Holiday had 25 and Bobby Portis dropped 22 points. For the Hawks, it was Bogdan Bogdanovic top-scoring with 28 points. Kevin Huerter struggled shooting 3-12 from the field.
Expect more from Huerter in Game 6 as the Hawks will rely on John Collins, Clint Capela, Lou Williams and Danilo Gallinari to do the heavy-lifting if Young does not play.
The Bucks can see a trip to the NBA Finals within their grasp and they can take it in Game 6 with Middleton to have a big game.