Watch Bucks vs Suns NBA Finals Game 6 live and free online
The Milwaukee Bucks are 1 win from their first NBA Championship in 50 years, while Phoenix are desperate to extend the series.
More than 60,000 fans are crammed into the "Deer District" in Milwaukee hoping their Bucks team can end a half-century of disappointment and win the NBA Championship. Having trailed 2-0 in this best-of-7 series, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton and Jrue Holiday have led them all the way to a 3-2 lead.
The Suns were strong favourites heading into the series and there was talk of a sweep as Devin Booker and Chris Paul carried them to consecutive wins to start the Finals. But 3 straight losses means their backs are against the wall and they'll need to withstand the Bucks and a passionate home crowd if they are to force a Game 7 back in Phoenix.
When is Bucks vs Suns Game 6?
Tip-off for this game at Milwaukee's Fiserv Forum is at 11am AEST on Wednesday 21 July. Game 7, if it's required, will be at the same time on Friday in Phoenix.
How to watch NBA Finals: Bucks vs Suns live in Australia
ESPN is the host broadcaster of the NBA Finals in Australia. You have a variety of ways to access ESPN, including Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports and Fetch TV. You also have the option of signing up to NBA League Pass.
Stream the NBA Finals on Kayo Sports
After the trial period, Kayo is $25 a month with no contract for the Basic subscription, which comes with 2 streams, or $35 a month for Premium and an additional stream. You can read more details via our full Kayo review.
Kayo can be accessed through its own website, via Android and iOS devices, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later), Sony Bravia TVs, Mac and PC, Chromecast or AirPlay.
Kayo Sports also offers some unique viewing features, such as SplitScreen (4 channels at once), a Key Moments timeline, Interactive Stats, Kayo Minis and much more.
Who will win Bucks vs Suns Game 6?
It sure has been an impressive turnaround from Milwaukee, a team that has shown resilience throughout this playoff run. With their best players in peak form and a home crowd to play in front of, the Bucks are ideally placed to grab that first title since their lone championship way back in 1971.
The Suns have also been talking confidently about extending the series to a deciding game. Superstar point guard Paul told reporters before Game 6 that he would have taken this opportunity if handed it before the season started, adding: "We have an opportunity to determine the outcome of this game."
We think Phoenix will throw plenty of punches early and the Bucks will show some nerves. But we're leaning slightly towards Milwaukee sealing the title in front of their home fans.
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