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Bucks vs Suns prediction – Game 4 (07/14/2021)

Things are getting interesting in the 2021 Bucks vs Suns NBA Finals after the Bucks won Game 3 to get back from being 2-0 in the series. So, we have prepared a detailed Bucks vs Suns prediction for Game 4, along with a detailed betting preview that includes a look at odds, lines, and other important things to consider.

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Bucks vs Suns Prediction

Under 221 Total Points

Even though we’ve only seen these two teams go under this line once in the first three games, our top Bucks vs Suns prediction is for the game to end with fewer than 221 total points being scored. This is based on the fact that the Bucks and the Suns were the top two defensive teams in these playoffs and we expect to see that great defense on display in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.

Khris Middleton Under 24.5 Total Points

The second-best scorer for the Bucks is Khris Middleton, but he has struggled in these playoffs in many games. He was great in others, but his inconsistency is the reason why he only averaged 22.8 points per game in the playoffs, despite ample opportunities to score more. His shooting percentage is at 43.1% in the playoffs and he went under the suggested line in two of the first three games against the Suns. With the Suns having the ability to play suffocating defense, we expect Middleton to score fewer than 24 points in the upcoming game.

Chris Paul Over 21.5 Total Points

The experienced playmaker is having a great series in the 2021 NBA Finals, averaging 24.7 points per game and 8.7 assists per game. His leadership has put the Suns in great position after the first two games in Phoenix, but the team failed to play as well in Game 3 in Milwaukee. If the Suns want to take Game 4 and have a chance to win the NBA title at their home court, they need Chris Paul to step up once again. We expect him to do so and score at least 22 points in Game 4 of the Bucks vs Suns series.

Bucks vs Suns Game 4 preview – Can Milwaukee tie the series?

The Bucks managed to win Game 3 and put themselves in position to tie the series with a win in Game 4. So, let’s take a closer look at both teams ahead of this huge game:

Milwaukee Bucks

Led by another fantastic performance by their superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Bucks won Game 3 in a convincing manner. They will now try to win another game on their court to tie the series before going back to Phoenix. This is the second time in these playoffs that the Bucks lost the first two games and they managed to win the series against the Nets after coming back from that deficit. The Bucks are almost complete, with Donte DiVincenzo being their only injured player at this time.

Phoenix Suns

Despite the convincing loss in Game 3 of the Bucks vs Suns Finals, the Suns are still in control of the series. They still have the lead after winning the first two games and they will have the home-court advantage if the series go to Game 7. Basically, the Suns only have to win their home games to win the NBA title, the first one in their history. Just like their opponent, the Suns are also missing one player – Dario Saric.

FAQ for Game 4 of the Bucks vs Suns Series

Who Is Leading in the 2021 NBA Finals?

The Suns have the 2-1 lead in the series, but the Bucks won the last game, 120-100.

Which Players Are Leading the Teams in Scoring in the Series?

Chris Paul is leading the Suns in scoring after the first three games with 24.7 points per game, while Giannis Antetokounmpo leads the Bucks with 34.3 points per game.

Where Can You Watch Game 4 of the Bucks vs Suns NBA Finals?

Game 4 of the series is available on ABC. The game will start at 9 pm ET, on Wednesday, July 14th.

About the author


Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer that covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.