Bucks keen to win big in Game 6
The Milwaukee Bucks are glad to have the chance to win Game 6 in front of their fans at home, which means that they can win their title on solid ground. This is a shot that the Bucks would not want to miss as they aim to write history in the league.
Suns star Devin Booker drove into the lane with 30 seconds left to play. It was a huge chance for him to make sure that his team would take a 3-2 lead in the series. He was ready to make the big play to push Phoenix back to the top.
Jrue Holiday then went on to save the day. He went up to help the Bucks seal this game for good. Despite a 40-point game from Booker, the Bucks still came out on top and proved that they have what it takes to win big in the series.
Holiday said it was all about being at the right place at the right time. When he swiped the ball clean, the guard went on for a break. He saw Giannis Antetokounmpo on the run and he lobbed it up. The Greek Freak went on for a big slam that closed out the game. Giannis talked about the pass from Holiday after the game.
‘The pass was all about trust’, he said. ‘Obviously, he (Jrue) could have pulled the ball out, let the clock run and get a good shot. But he trusted me, threw the ball out there, and we were able to get a bucket’.
Coach Mike Budenholzer is pleased with the win and wants to make the most of their chance at home. The coach said that playing at home with a series lead is a big shot for them.
The coach is certain that the energy in Game 5 will be almost the same as in Game 6. This shot at home would mean a lot for the Bucks to win, and they better give it all they got if they want to close it out and win a big game one last time.
Words: Paul Daniel Flores