"Before I got traded to Milwaukee, Miami was at the top of the list," P.J. Tucker said. "The way they play, the guys, the personnel, I knew the way I would fit in. I've been a Miami fan for a while."
If the Clippers' Kawhi Leonard and the Suns' Chris Paul elect to decline their player options and become free agents, they would make things much more interesting.
PHOENIX — In his 16th season, Chris Paul took a risk, deciding that a young, unproven Phoenix Suns team was worth joining in his pursuit of hi…
Giannis Antetokounmpo ended one of the greatest NBA Finals ever with 50 points, 14 rebounds and five blocked shots as the Bucks beat the Phoenix Suns 105-98 on Tuesday night to win an entertaining series 4-2
"Great group of guys, hell of a season," Chris Paul said. "But this one's gonna hurt for a while."
Follow the latest scores and news from the NBA Finals, as the Milwaukee Bucks take on the Phoenix Suns.
They can win their first title since 1971 in Milwaukee on Tuesday night.
Devin Booker scored 40 points for the second straight game, but the rest of the Suns were either inconsistent or non-existent as Milwaukee rallied for a 123-119 win in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
The little-used older brother of star Giannis Antetokounmpo has averaged just 3.5 minutes per game in the postseason.
The Bucks overcame a 2-0 deficit in the second round against Brooklyn and now are trying to become the fifth club to do it in the NBA Finals. That last happened five years ago when Cleveland rallied past Golden State.
Khris Middleton scored 10 straight points for Milwaukee down the stretch as the Bucks rallied from nine down to beat the Suns 109-103 on Wednesday night to tie the series 2-2.
Chris Paul had five turnovers and the Suns finished with 17 turnovers in a 109-103 loss to the Bucks on Wednesday night.
Physical play from Phoenix didn't work against Bucks' superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo in Game 3.
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 41 points and Milwaukee pulled within 2-1 in the series with a 120-100 win over Phoenix at Fiserv Forum.
The 6-foot-11 center's inability to avoid foul trouble enabled Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks to have their way in a 120-100 Game 3 victory over the Suns on Sunday night.
Milwaukee has overcome an 0-2 deficit previously in this year's playoffs but hasn't gone up against anyone like Phoenix guards Chris Paul and Devin Booker.
MILWAUKEE — For the second time this postseason, the Milwaukee Bucks have staggered home with a 2-0 deficit and key players not shooting straight.
There are cameras and microphones everywhere at the NBA Finals, and they happened to catch an interaction late in Game 2 that was going viral …
PHOENIX — The ball went from Chris Paul to Devin Booker and didn’t stop moving until Deandre Ayton scored after every Suns player had touched it.
Milwaukee's Giannis Antetokounmpo finished with 42 points and 12 rebounds in Thursday's 118-108 loss to Phoenix.
Phoenix coach Monty Williams has pushed the right button, every time this season, and it's why the Suns are two wins away from the franchise's first title.
Phoenix's top three players shined in the series opener while surprise starter Giannis Antetokounmpo was not at his best and Jrue Holiday struggled for the Bucks.
“We have different options,” Suns coach Monty Williams said. “Frank gives us quality size and playmaking ability. He’s smart."
Bars around Racine enjoyed slightly bigger crowds than a normal Tuesday night for the first game of the NBA Finals, when the Bucks fell to the Phoenix Suns 118-105. Game 2 of the series is scheduled to tip off 8 p.m. Thursday before the Bucks return to the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee Sunday.