Tonight’s game could be the Bucks’ last of the season. It could also be their second to last of the season if they win and advance to game seven. It could ALSO be neither of those things if they win both games and move onto the next round to face Cleveland and the King. That last scenario seems preferable to me.
The matchup tonight features a Toronto team riding high off their game five success and a Milwaukee team who had no answers for the Raptors rapid ball movement. That has to be the first change tonight, and the Bucks can’t let Toronto get the ball pinging freely again to create open shots. If so, we’re in for another long, depressing game six closeout game.
Here’s a link to the preview for tonight’s game, and the broadcast and lineup info is below: