The Milwaukee Bucks were declared Eastern Conference champions by defeating the Atlanta Hawks 118-107 in Game 6 to close the series with a 4-2 score in favor and return to the Larry O’Brien Cup fray, a case in point. It hasn’t been since 1974. Their rival would be the Phoenix Suns.
Without his top star, the striker Giannis Antikonmo, who suffered from an overextension of his left knee during Game 4 of the Final against the Hawks, entered Milwaukee at State Farm Arena for a crucial game in which his opponent could reclaim a starting point. Bring the youthWho missed the previous two matches due to a bruise in his right foot and in this sixth match he was limited to 14 units.
Game one of the 2021 Finals will take place Tuesday at The Suns, who left the Los Angeles Clippers on the road (4-2) to win the Western Conference title.
This is how the 2021 NBA Finals will be played
J1 Tuesday, July 6 in Phoenix
J2 Thursday, July 8 in Phoenix
J3 Saturday 11 July in Milwaukee
J4 Wednesday, July 14 in Milwaukee
J5 * Saturday 17 July in Phoenix
J6 * Tuesday 20 July in Milwaukee
J7 * Thursday, July 22nd in Phoenix
* if it is necessary.
When the final bell rang and the Bucks players invaded central court, in hats and T-shirts declaring themselves the heroes of the Eastern Conference, the players hugged and laughed. Coaches hug. Antetokounmpo, who has been out since his knee injury, was in the middle of it all: a victorious fist raised in the air.
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