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Bucks vs Suns prediction – Game 6 (07/20/2021)

Game 6 of the Bucks vs Suns NBA Finals could be the last game of the series if the Bucks win, or we could see Game 7 in Phoenix if the Suns win. In any case, we are in for a treat, so check our in-depth preview of the game, along with our favorite Bucks vs Suns predictions and picks for Game 6 of the 2021 NBA Finals.

Our Best Free Bucks vs Suns Predictions, Tips, and Picks

To help you find the right bet for this game, we’ve checked the lines and odds at multiple betting websites and selected a few of our top Bucks vs Suns predictions:

Betting lines and odds are subject to change at all times, so take a look at the odds and lines that your bookie offers before you decide to place your bet.

Bucks vs Suns Prediction

Bucks to Win on Spread (-4.5)

The Bucks are on a roll right now and they have everything on their side – the momentum and the home court advantage. With the NBA title at stake, Milwaukee will certainly enter the game with urgency and they will have their fans to push them to the historic win. So, our first Bucks vs Suns prediction for Game 6 is for the Bucks to cover the spread, which means that they have to win by at least five points.

Devin Booker Over 30.5 Total Points

Despite his young age, Devin Booker has been great in the 2021 NBA Finals. So far, he averaged 30 points per game and he was the only Suns player who put up a good performance in the previous two games of the finals. So, we expect his shooting to stay on high level in Game 6 as well, which is why we would bet on him to score more than 30 points in this game.

Khris Middleton Over 25.5 Total Points

While Middleton has been pretty streaky in these playoffs and not very reliable for betting duo to his inconsistent scoring numbers, he was fantastic in the last two games with 40 and 29 points. After getting into the series slowly and struggling with his shot, Middleton found his stroke and brought his average in these finals up to 25.4 points per game. With the upcoming game being played in Milwaukee, Middleton should feast on the energy of Bucks’ fans and keep his shooting streak going, so our prediction is for him to score more than 25 points Game 6.

Bucks vs Suns preview for Game 6 – Can the Suns push the Finals to Game 7?

After the Bucks won Game 5 in Phoenix, they have a chance to become the NBA champions in front of their own fans. Meanwhile, the Suns will try to return the break and push the series to seven games. With that in mind, let’s check the teams out in more detail:

Milwaukee Bucks

One more win – that’s all that the Bucks need to become the NBA Champions for the second time in the history of the franchise. After being down 2-0, the Bucks have won three straight games to bring themselves to one win of the NBA title. Furthermore, they have a chance to become the champions in their own home, in the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee. The Bucks are almost complete, with the exception of Donte DiVincenzo who has been out for the entire series.

Phoenix Suns

The Suns had the 2-0 lead in the series and many of their fans were probably getting the champagne ready for the first title in the franchise’s history. But the Suns lost three games in a row and now they have to fight to stay in the series away from home. If they manage to win Game 6 in Milwaukee, the deciding Game 7 will be played in Phoenix. The Suns are without Dario Saric, who will miss the rest of the playoffs and even the start of the next season.

Frequently asked questions for for Game 6 of the Bucks vs Suns Finals

Which Team Has the Lead in the Bucks vs Suns Series?

The Bucks are leading the series 3-2 and they are one win away from being crowned NBA champions.

What Was the Score in the Last Game of the Series?

The Milwaukee Bucks have won Game 5 of the series, 123-119.

When Does the Game 6 of the Bucks vs Suns NBA Finals Start?

Game 6 of the series will be played on Tuesday, July 20th, at 9 pm ET.

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.