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Bucks click in game three

For the first time in 17,230 days, the Milwaukee Bucks are winners in an NBA finals game. Down 2-0 against the Phoenix Suns in the series, the Bucks responded well to having their backs against the wall, and won their first home game of the finals, 120-100. Milwaukee was down three after the first quarter, but outscored Phoenix 35-17 in the second quarter and went into the halftime break up 60-45. Milwaukee went into the final quarter with a 22 point. 


Giannis Antetokounmpo went over forty points for the second game in a row, getting 41 points and hauling in 13 rebounds. Jrue Holiday scored 21 and Khris Middleton contributed 18. Milwaukee also answered defensively as no Suns players got over twenty points. The Bucks also held Devin Booker to just 10 points. 


With Phoenix up in the series, Milwaukee’s chance to tie will come on Wednesday. Tip-off is at 8:00 PM. 


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