The Suns star Chris Paul said best before his team’s 6th game against the Bucks: “We have to come out, get ready for the game, and either win or go home.”
Phoenix entered the game on Tuesday night after losing three consecutive finals and is about to be eliminated. However, the Suns did not lose their confidence, they believe they can play the seventh game.
“Coaching stuff [Monty Williams] Everyone is saying: If you said at the beginning of the season that we had a chance to return to where we are now, would you accept it? Absolutely. Absolutely,” Paul said in a media interview on Monday. “We have a chance to determine the outcome. It’s not like a simulation game or someone else must play. We have a chance. We control our own destiny. So I think this is the exciting part of it. “
In the dressing room in Milwaukee, the challenge is how to grasp the present. The Bucks have all the motivation, but the work is not done yet.
“I can’t focus on celebrating. I can’t focus on this now because I think you are too much,” Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo said on Monday. “We have to concentrate. I have to concentrate now, and then when tomorrow’s game comes, I will focus on every possession and possession once. As I said, play well, compete as hard as possible and devote ourselves The ability to win that game. That’s all you can ask for.”
Will the Bucks win their first NBA championship in 50 years? Or will the Suns find a way to survive?
Sports news is tracking real-time score updates and highlights from the Suns vs. Bucks 2021 NBA Finals. Please see the full results of the 6th game on Tuesday night here.
Suns vs. Bucks score
|Sixth||the first season||Q2||the third quater||Fourth quarter||final|
Real-time updates from the Suns and Bucks, the highlights of Game 6
(All times are Eastern Time)
Halftime: Suns 47, Bucks 42
10:10 p.m. — Phoenix defeated Milwaukee 31-13 in the second quarter and entered the locker room with a five-point lead.
10 pm- Well, it didn’t take long. The Suns soared to the lead in the second quarter with an impressive performance. The Bucks really struggled offensively.
9:55 p.m. — Hey Giannis, uh, you can’t do this.
9:45 p.m. — After a difficult first quarter, the Suns rebounded 8-0.
End of the first quarter: Bucks 29, Suns 16
9:35 p.m. — Oh, Giannis Antetokounmpo’s spin is so beautiful.
9:30 pm — Chris Middleton’s quick start. The Bucks star has scored 7 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals.
9:15 p.m. — Giannis Antetokounmpo did the work on both ends of the court.
9:05 p.m. — There are many people wandering in the deer area.
8:50 p.m. — The starting lineup for each team…
- Bucks: Jrue Holiday, Chris Middleton, PJ Tucker, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Brook Lopez
- Suns: Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges, Jay Crowder, DeAndre Ayton
8:40 p.m. — Suns coach Monty Williams in the 6th game: “This is the most important game of our life. We all know this. We don’t need you to tell us.”
NBA Finals start time today
- date: Tuesday, July 20
- Starting time: 9 p.m. EST | 6 p.m. Pacific time
Game 6 of the NBA Finals will begin at 9pm Eastern Time. If necessary, the series will be transferred from Milwaukee back to Phoenix for the seventh game.
How to watch the 2021 NBA Finals
The Bucks vs. Suns game will be broadcast live on ABC. You can live stream the sixth game through the Watch ESPN or Watch ESPN app.
The game can also be broadcast live fuboTV provides a 7-day free trial.
2021 NBA Finals schedule
(All times are Eastern Time)
|July 6||Sun 118, Bucks 105||Nine p.m||ABC|
|July 8||Sun 118, Bucks 108||Nine p.m||ABC|
|July 11||Bucks 120, Suns 100||eight pm||ABC|
|July 14||Bucks 109, Suns 103||Nine p.m||ABC|
|July 17||Bucks 123, Suns 119||Nine p.m||ABC|
|July 20||Sixth||Nine p.m||ABC|
|July 22||Game 7*||Nine p.m||ABC|
* If necessary