Bucks beat Sons (109-103) and draw 2-2 in NBA Finals – 07/15/2021

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Milwaukee, United States, July 15, 2021 (AFP) — With 40 points from Chris Middleton, the Milwaukee Bucks scored their second consecutive win over the Phoenix Suns this Wednesday, 109-103, to draw the series 2-2 in the NBA Finals Did it

In the final and dramatic quarter, Middleton scored the deciding basket and Giannis Antetokounmpo (26 points and 14 rebounds) scored a brilliant hit to neutralize the performance of Sun star Devin Booker, who finished the game with 42 points.

With both teams winning their home games, the final will now return to Phoenix for Game 5 on Saturday.

— data sheet

Milwaukee Bucks – Phoenix Suns 109 – 103

Location: Fisher Forum (about 17,000 fans)

Fractional: 20-23, 32-29, 24-30, 33-21

Bucks: Jure Holiday (13 points), Khris Middleton (40), Giannis Antetokounmpo (26), PJ Tucker (0), Brooke Lopez (14) Starting team. Next came Bobby Portis (3), Jeff Teague (2), Pat Connaughton (11).

Sons: Chris Paul (10 points), Devin Booker (42), Mikael Bridges (7), Jay Crowder (15), DeAndre Ayton (6) Starting team. Then came Torrey Craig (4), Cam Johnson (10), Cameron Payne (9).

– Calendar and results of the NBA Finals for the 2020-21 season

Tuesday, July 6: Phoenix Suns v. Milwaukee Bucks 118-105

Thursday, July 8: Phoenix Suns v. Milwaukee Bucks 118-108

Sunday, July 11: Milwaukee Bucks vs. Phoenix Suns 120-100

Wednesday, July 14: Milwaukee Bucks v. Phoenix Suns 109-103

Saturday July 17: Phoenix Suns v Milwaukee Bucks

Tuesday, July 20: Milwaukee Bucks v. Phoenix Suns

Thursday July 22: Phoenix Suns v. Milwaukee Bucks (if required)

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About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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