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Booker Leads the Suns in Game 2: Do the Bucks have a Chance in Game 3?

Thursday night, the Phoenix Suns took Game 2 118-108 over the Milwaukee Bucks led by Devin Booker who finished with 31 to take a 2-0 series lead. Yet again the Phoenix Suns offense was rolling. Devin Booker did his thing, as well as Chris Paul with 23 points and eight assists, but with Ayton struggling on offence only finishing with 10 points, but still was able to get a double double, they still needed someone to step up. And that guy was none other than Mikal Bridges. The 3rd year man out of Villanova finished with a career playoff and season high with 27 as he was able to get to the free throw line a ton. While it was a lopsided victory two-time MVP of the league, Giannis Antetokounmpo finished with a playoff career best 42 points and 20 of them coming in the third quarter. He became the first person since Michael Jordan to do so in a quarter which happened in the 1993 NBA Finals vs the Phoenix Suns. This game could have been a lot closer than it was, Giannis left it all out on the floor and carried his team while Khris Middleton and Jhure Holiday, two future Olympians struggled from the field. Tomorrow night is Game 3, and I am anxious to see how the Bucks will play at home. This will be a big game for them because I feel if they mess around and lose game 3 this series is a done deal. Because in my lifetime there has never been a team come back from a 3-0 deficit. Let me know who you got Game 3, I got the Suns!

Brian Martin, for NBA.Com

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