Milwaukee vs Toronto Predictions
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Giannis Antetokounmpo is nothing more than a over glorified Prime Serge Ibaka. Raptor's defense is too good.
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If Toronto closes this out my finals picks of Golden State vs Toronto holds. Lets go Raptors.50%
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I said that if the Bucks didn't steal game 4 this series was over. Leonard is simply more competitive than the Greek Freak.
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I think Milwaukee finally plays for 4 quarters tonight and forces a destined game 7. Give me the free bucket here.
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***OVER 212*** This series hasn't necessarily been high-scoring affair, but these are two of the leagues best-scoring offenses. With plenty on the table for the contest, it should set things up for the both sides to put forth strong offensive outings in the potential closeout contest.50%
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biggest game in Toronto history! this gonna be a good one! I predict Danny Green is the difference tonight and has a break out game. Raptors get the W!
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The Bucks won both their games in Toronto in the regular season and pushed the Raptors to the brink in the Game 3 before losing in double overtime. The Bucks have looked like the better team here at times but I just think a 2 point spread and momentum favor the Raptors. Toronto proves the pundits wrong and salts this series away in 6.80%
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What Kawhi Leonard has that Giannis Antetokounmpo doesnt - SBNation.comThe Toronto Raptors are the verge of reaching the NBA Finals because Kawhi Leonard has been there before. https://www.sbnation.com/nba/2019/5/24/18638419/what-kawhi-leonard-has-that-giannis-antetokounmpo-doesnt
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Betting Prediction for Milwaukee Bucks vs Toronto Raptors on May 25, 2019, 8:30 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Milwaukee will Win , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .
The Toronto Raptors have stunned the Milwaukee Bucks and the entire basketball world by winning three consecutive games after being down 0-2 to open the Eastern Conference Final. That included a gritty comeback win in Wisconsin in Game 5. Toronto opened as a -2 favorite for Game 6 with the total at 212.Bucks vs Raptors Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2WqulwM
Raptors HQ: Tactical Issues: How will the Raptors and Bucks adjust in Game 6?
It's such a shame that the Milwaukee Bucks' fans did a better job and effort trolling Drake than coach Mike Budenholzer and the Bucks' effort against the Raptors. After the Bucks' initial run to start the game, the Raptors stepped up their compete-level, and the Bucks were not able to do the same.
Coach Bud also made some questionable moves in the process, like switching on Kawhi Leonard, and not building on Khris Middleton's offensive breakout in Game 4. Coach Nick Nurse, on the other hand, appeared to push the right buttons and did not seemed bothered by Drake's massage -- or an early 14-point deficit in Game 5.
Raptors HQ: Three Questions from the Raptors ahead of Game 6 vs. the Milwaukee Bucks
As we have before every game, we spoke to Kyle Carr of Brew Hoop to hear the Milwaukee take on the series, and what to expect moving forward. It's all on the line today for the Bucks in Game 6.
Milwaukee led by a considerable margin in the first quarter, yet Toronto clawed their way back in it despite some early foul trouble. Do you think this Bucks team is built to handle adversity despite their collective inexperience? Which Bucks player is most likely to have a huge game under pressure?
Raptors HQ: Raptors look to end series against Milwaukee in Game 6: Preview, start time, and more
Much like everyone on NBA Twitter during the summer of 2018, I had my notifications on for Adrian Wojnarowski. In those days, questions were flying everywhere -- who wins the LeBron sweepstakes? DeMarcus Cousins signed with who? Paul George is re-upping with the Thunder for how many more years? All these compelling stories made for a great off-season. But for myself, it was just a way to forget about Toronto's disappointment once again.
A team that had just come off a 59-win season and finished first in the conference had been swept for the second consecutive year in the second round by LeBron James and the Cavaliers.
Fansided: Milwaukee Bucks: 3 things to watch for in Game 6 against Toronto Raptors
Now down 3-2 in their Eastern Conference Finals series against the Toronto Raptors, the Milwaukee Bucks are not only fighting for their playoff lives, but their season going into Game 6 Saturday night.
This now comes after they lost home court advantage in their heartbreaking Game 5 collapse, and now they're forced to go on the road and do exactly what the Raptors did to them in order to force a Game 7 and extend their season at least one more night.
Of course, the Bucks' previous visit north of the border proved to be the turning point in the series after falling in double overtime in Game 3 and being wiped off the floor in Game 4.
The Star: Defiant Drake defends support of Raptors, continues to troll Bucks
Drake isn't backing off his passionate support of the Raptors despite some backlash on social media.
The Toronto rapper and the team's global ambassador spoke briefly with reporters after the Raptors' 105-99 win over the Bucks during the pivotal Game 5 of the Eastern Conference final.
He was watching the game from Jurassic Park in front of Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. The Raptors were on the road in Milwaukee.
The square was once again overflowing Thursday, with fans excited that the Raptors are one win away from making the NBA final for the first time in franchise history.
The Star: Want to go to Raptors-Bucks Game 6? It won't be cheap
It could cost ticketless Raptors fans more than $625 if they really want to be in the arena Saturday night in the team's latest "biggest game in franchise history."
And that's for one single seat in the nosebleeds.
If the Raptors beat the Milwaukee Bucks at Scotiabank Arena (8:30 p.m., Sportsnet) they can advance to their first ever NBA final, and ticket prices are sky high with fans wanting to potentially witness history.
On the StubHub secondary ticket website, the lowest priced ticket as of 2 p.m. Friday was $467.21 including fees or about $627 Canadian for one in Section 323, row 15.