After two games in which Phoenix was consistent, Milwaukee matched the sensations after Game 3.
They say there are no better 2 words in American professional sports than “Game Seven,” but in reality, few scenarios are as momentous as a Game 4 in a series that is 2-1, like the current ones NBA Finals Come in Phoenix Y Milwaukee.
Today the Suns have the advantage, and if they beat the Bucks they would go 3 to 1 with the chance to finish at home. On the other hand, if you win Milwaukee He would tie the series at 2 per side and with the mood in his favor after turning the battle into a miniseries to win 2 of 3.
They say that a series does not begin until the first victory of a visiting team has arrived (which has not happened at the moment), and in the 2021 finals this premise should double its importance due to how relevant the support from the stands has been for both teams, particularly in Arizona, where fans of the Suns have won the admiration of other markets more important for the NBA by the degree of fervor they show in the games held at the Phoenix Suns Arena, by the way, the only one in the entire league to not have a sponsorship in the so-called “naming” of the stadiums.
After two games in which Phoenix it looked consistent, Milwaukee matched the sensations after the third game. And in his favor is, once again, the luck that his rival has injuries. Perhaps Torrey craig Y Dario Saric may not be the most bombastic names on the marquee, but they had been instrumental in the defensive rotation against Giannis Antetokounmpo (Now DeAndre Ayton must take more care of his fouls), plus Milwaukee continues to have its full force. By the way, there does not appear to be any trace of the injury that left the Greek out of the series against the Atlanta Hawks during the last two games.
The game will be again at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, an arena that will only be 3 years old as part of a redesign of the image of a franchise that had been mediocrity for years and years. At the same time, 25 thousand fans will promote the Bucks on the esplanade outside the building, that space called “Deer District”, in the style of the Jurassic Park of the Toronto Raptors who were champions in 2019.
Is that some kind of omen for a team that is just celebrating 50 years of its most recent championship? Or will Phoenix return the decontonation, which would be practically knocking out the Deer?
Game 4, absolutely relevant, will tell us this Wednesday.