NBA Finals: Milwaukee Bucks outlasts the Phoenix Suns in Game 4, series tied 2-2

Three days later after the Bucks took up a notch at home court in Game 3, they are back with another victory to tie the series 2-2 with Khris Middleton’s career-high 40 points and Giannis Antetokounmpo’s enormous block for their side in Game 4.

The Milwaukee Bucks have tied the series 2-2 with their Game 4 victory against the Phoenix Suns 109-103 at the home court on Thursday.

Despite Devin Booker’s outstanding performance for the Suns as he ended up with a game-high 42 points, the team faced a loss in front of Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton’s 66 points combined and tie the series after the hard-fought struggle at Fiserv Forum.

Booker with one of the most contentious games of the night, seemingly fouled Jrue Holiday late in the fourth quarter that would have been his sixth foul of the game. His offensive outbreak at the end was not enough to survive against the Bucks as they now hold all the momentum into Game 5 in Phoenix.

The Milwaukee Bucks had seized a huge triumph against the opponent Suns in Game 3 with Antetokounmpo’s huge contribution after their two downfalls, to hold into the NBA Finals in front of the Western Conference champions at their home court while they intended to get their control ahead.

The Bucks succeed in defending their home floor to even the NBA Finals as they didn’t let Booker’s incredible performance outlast them. They will fight back in Game 5 at the Phoenix home court on July 18th of Sunday at 6:30 am.

 

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