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Bucks vs Hawks prediction – Game 2 (06/25/2021)

After the exciting finish of Game 1 in the Bucks vs Hawks matchup, the Hawks are the happier team since they snatched a win in that game. Now Game 2 of the Conference Finals in the East are upon us, so check our preview of this game in which we take a closer look at the betting lines and odds and the best Bucks vs Hawks predictions, tips, and picks.

Our Top Bucks vs Hawks Predictions, Picks, and More

The second game of the Bucks vs Hawks series can turn out to be very important after the Hawks won Game 1 in Milwaukee. With that in mind, we have prepared a few of our favorite Bucks vs Hawks predictions and betting picks for you:

Betting lines and odds can change at any time, so make sure to check them with your bookie before you decide to place a bet.

Bucks vs Hawks Prediction

Hawks to Win on Spread (+8.5)

The Hawks did it once again – they’ve won Game 1 of all three series they’ve played, all of which were away games since the Hawks are the fifth seed in the East. So, we were a bit surprised to see the spread stay the same as it was before Game 1 despite the fact that Atlanta won that game. This tells us that the bookies are still underestimating the Hawks, so our main Bucks vs Hawks prediction is for the Hawks to win the game, or lose by fewer than 9 points.

Kevin Huerter Over 13.5 Total Points

Trae Young was amazing in Game 1 in which he scored 48 points, but he will need more help in offense in Game 2 if the Hawks want to have a chance to win again. With Bogdanovic obviously struggling with a knee injury and unable to contribute as much as it’s expected from him, Kevin Huerter has stepped up in the last few games for the Hawks. He scored 27 points in Game 7 against the 76ers and contributed 13 points in Game 1 against the Bucks. So, he is getting into chances and we expect him to score at least 14 points in Game 2.

Jrue Holiday Over 19.5 Total Points

The experienced guard went off for 33 points in Game 1 despite only averaging 16.7 points per game in these playoffs. However, we expect to see another similar performance for Holiday since he has a favorable matchup against Trae Young, who is smaller than him and not that good on the defensive end. With that in mind, we won’t be surprised if Holiday scores more than 19 points in the upcoming game.

Bucks vs Hawks Game 2 preview – Can the Hawks surprise everyone again?

The result in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals shocked many since the Hawks once again managed to win Game 1 of the series away from home. But the Bucks will be out for revenge in Game 2, so let’s check both teams in more detail ahead of this game:

Milwaukee Bucks

For the second time in the last three seasons, the Bucks are one step away from making the NBA Finals. This time, they are even bigger favorites than they were a couple of years ago, but they still lost Game 1 on their home court. The situation is the same ahead of Game 2 – the Bucks are favorites again according to the bookies. This is not a surprise since they are they had a better regular season record than the Hawks and they don’t have as many injury problems since they are only missing Donte DiVincenzo.

Atlanta Hawks

The Hawks keep on surprising us with each additional win on their incredible playoff run. The win in Game 1 in the Bucks vs Hawks duel was particularly impressive since the Bucks haven’t lost a single game in Milwaukee in these playoffs before the Hawks beat them, led by fantastic Trae Young. The team is still without Hunter and Goodwin, while Bogdan Bogdanovic is dealing with a knee soreness for a while. He played so far with this issue, but he is once again listed as game-time decision for Game 2.

FAQ for Game 2 of Bucks vs Hawks Series

What Was the Score in Game 1 of the Series?

The Hawks have won Game 1 of the series in Milwaukee, 116-113.

Who Scored the Most Points in Game 1?

Trae Young was on fire in Game 1 of the Bucks vs Hawks matchup and he finished the game with 48 points.

When Will Game 2 of the Series be Played?

Game 2 of the series will start at 8:30 pm ET, on June 25th.

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