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Giannis For the Win: Who you got Game 4?

I will be the first person to admit, my prediction was wrong. What a game all around for the Milwaukee Bucks! Sunday, July 14th the Bucks won in a blowout against the Phoenix Suns. After my blog on game 2 of the finals, I stated that Giannis would need help if they were going to win Game 3. And he got just the help he needed from his supporting cast and Olympians, Khris Middleton, and Jrue Holiday. Khris finished with 18 points and 7 rebounds while Holiday also shot well this game scoring 21 points and also dishing out 9 assists. Giannis had a great game scoring 41 points and also with that point total moved into elite company as one of five players to score multiple 40-point games in the finals. While Bucks supporting cast flourished in the win, the Phoenix supporting cast struggled. Nobody scored over 20 points on Sunday. They were once gain lead by Chris Paul in assist and points with 19 points and 9 assists. Deandre Ayton also had a solid game with 18, and Jae crowder as well added 18 Points. But the big story last night was the Game 2 heroes, Mikal Bridges, and all-star Devin Booker. Both struggled, as Bridges had 4 points and Devin had 10. I was very surprised to see Devin have such a bad game, but I know he is coming back stronger Game 4. I think that the change of scenery going to Milwaukee got the Suns and hopefully they can adjust in Game 4 tonight. I feel it will be an exciting game because of the way Giannis has been playing and it looks like they have good momentum going forward in the series. But I still feel this is a crucial game for the Bucks because if they lose, they will go down 3-1 and that will be tough to come back from. Game 4 I have a change of heart, I feel the Bucks will take the game at home, who you got?

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