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Recap: Bucks surging in the NBA 2021 Finals

Review how Milwaukee Bucks were last season and plan accordingly. You can catch up on all the actions from the 2020/2021 NBA finals below: you’ll find scores, news, updates, and highlights.

The 2021 NBA playoffs are not happening until next year but pro basketball gamblers are already busy predicting how the season will unfold.

 

And everyone else is looking forward to how the reigning champions, Milwaukee Bucks, will play in the playoffs. Will they maintain their drive from last season and dominate the finals again?

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Review how they were last season and plan accordingly. You can catch up on all the actions from the 2020/2021 NBA finals below: you’ll find scores, news, updates, and highlights. Don’t forget to share not only the fun but also rewards with your friends. Login to your VOdds account and share your referral code!

 

First Round: Bucks vs Miami Heat

 

The Milwaukee Bucks showed precisely why they’re one of the most dangerous teams in the NBA by comprehensively defeating the Miami Heat 4-0 in the first round of the 2021 NBA playoffs.

 

Led by their Greek superstar, Giannis Antetokounmpo, who was immense going forward and excellent on the defensive end keeping Jimmy Butler pretty quiet, the Bucks were too much to handle.

 

It was also impressive how the Bucks offense produced against a solid Heat defense with their game plan that allowed Giannis to shine and get the shooters open. Getting some fine contributors alongside Giannis, the likes of Khris Middleton, Jrue Holiday, Brook Lopez, Pat Connaughton, and Bryn Forbes were vital in their win. 

 

 

Final Round: Bucks vs Phoenix Suns

 

After going 2-0 down in the NBA Finals to the Phoenix Suns, the Milwaukee Bucks have responded impressively, following four tremendous victories making it now 2-4 in favor of Bucks.

 

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They did great in the first quarter of Game Five, the Bucks were down by 16 but they managed to catch up and beat the Suns in their home court.

 

And yet again, Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks to their first championship since 1971 with one of the best performances in NBA Finals history. The two-time MVP scored 50 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, and blocked five shots.

 

Cleverly recalibrating his game plan, the determined and respected Bucks coach, Mike Budenholzer, also drew praise from forward Bobby Portis. For him, Budenholzer has done a good job pushing each one of them to not get comfortable. Instead, he rotated the defense, used every possession, and connected to them while on the court. 

 

 

Knowing the teams’ performance, both old and current, is just the starting point. Place successful bets by knowing the best strategies and by avoiding these five common mistakes in basketball betting

 

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