There’s a sense of destiny guiding the Bucks and the Hawks, who’ll be feeling more than ever that this could finally be their year. Milwaukee is aiming to reach its first conference final since 1974, while Atlanta hasn’t made it past this stage since 1961. With the series looking pretty even, could the Hawks rally with a historic victory? Read on as we explain how to get a Bucks vs Hawks live stream and watch the NBA playoffs series online from anywhere.
The Bucks have Giannis, but the Hawks have their own irreplaceable star in Nate McMillan, whose Atlanta fairytale story continues. Kevin Huerter led them to a remarkable victory over the East’s top seed, the 76ers.
Trae Young had a quiet game in the clincher, but he bounced back in style with 48 points against the Bucks in game 1, who still need to find a way to deal with that searing pace.
The Bucks came out on top of a classic clash with the Nets, off the back of a spectacular 40-point haul from Giannis.
It was a statement performance from the Greek Freak, who’s channeling all the heartbreak of the past two seasons in the perfect manner. Read on for how to watch the Bucks vs Hawks online and get an NBA playoffs live stream from anywhere.
The NBA playoffs live streams keep delivering heartbreak. Now it’s the Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo who may be out after hyperextending his knee in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Atlanta Hawks. He’s going to undergo an MRI, and then we will learn more before the Hawks vs Bucks live stream. As for tonight’s Western Conference Finals game 6, the Suns vs Clippers live stream is also beset by injury: Kawhi Leonard is still out with a knee injury, and so Paul George will again be relied upon to lead the Clippers to face Chris Paul and Devin Booker’s Suns.
The Phoenix Suns are headed to the NBA Finals for the first time in 28 years, in what some are saying may be the most improbable outcome in the sport’s history. Their upset win against the LA Clippers is particularly significant for Suns point guard Chris Paul who garnered 19 points on the Staples Center court Wednesday night, for an 130-103 win in Game 6.
Paul’s coronation on the Finals stage comes after a tumultuous playoffs season for the 36 year-old player. He was sidelined for Games 1 and 2, and struggled to find his rhythm when he came back for Games 3 and 4. But he came back strong for the decisive Game 6, dishing out eight assists and shooting a 16-for-24 from the field.
Now, eyes are on the final games of the Western Conference finals this week as the Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks duke it out before one team advances to the NBA Finals.