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All that stands in the way of the Milwaukee Bucks and their first title in nearly 50 years is a home victory. That’s good news for a team that is 9-1 at home this postseason and one that has won three straight games after falling behind 0-2 in the NBA Finals.

But these Suns have been outstanding throughout the postseason and aren’t going to go away easily. In a series that feels destined for seven games - while also understanding the importance of Bucks In Six - Tuesday is going to be historic in some way.


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2020-21 Record: 163-148 ATS (52.4%) L311; 106-72 (59.5%) OU L178

Tuesday’s NBA Betting Lines To Back

Suns ATS over Bucks

It goes without saying that the Bucks have all the momentum, and they’re going to leave it all on the line with a home victory needed to take the Larry O’Brien trophy. But we also can’t look past how good the Suns have been all season long, and they’re going to do all they can to bring it back to Phoenix for a seventh game.

At the very least, this one will be close. And we think the Suns have a chance to squeak out a win. We’ll take the points just to be safe. We’ve got Phoenix +5.

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Suns vs. Bucks, Over-Under: The shot-making in Game 5 was unlike any we’ve seen in recent memory in the Finals, and oddsmakers agreed by moving the total up a few points for Game 6. The defense was pretty solid in Game 5, so the possibility of a low-scoring game is on the table back in Milwaukee. So which way are we leaning?

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About the Author

Mark Strotman for Bookies.com
Mark Strotman
Mark is a veteran sports journalist who has covered the Bulls and the NBA since 2012. His work has appeared on ESPN.com, FoxSports.com, The Chicago Tribune and Yahoo Sports.