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After an all-time historic performance from Kevin Durant in the Nets’ Game 5 win over the Bucks, Milwaukee will turn to Giannis Antetokounmpo to see if he can do the same in Game 6. It won’t be easy, with Brooklyn holding all sorts of momentum following KD’s ridiculous 49-point, 17-rebound, 10-assist performance.
But the Bucks play well at home - as we saw in Games 3 and 4 - setting the stage for what could be yet another all-time classic between two heavyweight teams.
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Bucks ATS over Nets
James Harden played 46 minutes in Game 5 but it’s clear he’s not 100%, and it took an historically good performance from Kevin Durant for the Nets to just barely squeak by at home. Assuming all health is the same heading into Game 6, this is a game the Bucks should win.
It’ll be on the shoulders of Giannis to get it done, but those are some broad shoulders indeed. This one’s going the distance, with the Bucks earning a big Game 6 win. We’re on the Bucks -3.5.
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Nets vs. Bucks: The under just keeps hitting in this series (some folks who got in early hit the over in Game 5) and we can’t seem to figure out why two incredible offenses just can’t seem to put it together. Solid defense is certainly playing a part, but good offense beats good defense in today’s NBA. So what happens in Game 6?
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