Boston Celtics vs Milwaukee Bucks Game 3 Odds & Best Bet

6 May 2022
A+
A-

This series has only become two games, not because of gross errors and suspension. Looks like it’s going to be a chess match between talented teams featuring the game’s best player.

Milwaukee without Khris Middleton, but the way they took care of the road business in Game 1 looked like they were headed for another NBA title. Boston then tied the series in Game 2 even though Defensive Player of the Year Marcus Smart wasn’t available. Middleton is out of the series but is expected to play Smart on Saturday.

In the last game, Boston managed to secure a home win as reserve forward Grant Williams was able to shove Giannis into defense while he and his teammates made it rain from behind the arc. This is a clever formula, but one that’s definitely hard to replicate down the road.

With the chain at 1-1, this is a pivotal 3 game and the line says it should go down to the last two minutes.

game info

Boston Celtics (1-1): Milwaukee Bucks (1-1).
Saturday 7 May 2022
3:30 p.m. Eastern time
Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Whisk.
ABC

odds bet

Spread: Celtics +2 (-110), Pax -2 (-110)
Total: 213
Money line: Celtics +105, Pax -130

best bet

Milwaukee -2

There is no doubt that Boston is full of emotion, and the way the team rebounded from losing their first game at home has been impressive.

It’s important to get smartly back into the squad, and if they’re going to win Game 3, they’ll have to do so without experiencing Williams’ “out of the body” experience.

Not only did Williams make things difficult for Giannis, but he made six three-pointers. With all due respect to the player, he may not have had much of an impact on another NBA game throughout his career. If his production gets back to normal on the road (probably) and the Celtics stars don’t advance, I see Boston fall short.

These superstars, Jaylon Brown and Jason Tatum, made 11 out of 20 three-pointers, a level shot that would lift any team to victory but hard to expect to replicate down the road (unless you’re Steve Curry).

For Milwaukee, Giannis took the knockout punch in Game 2 – it was his worst playoff match to date. He’s still in control, and what we saw last season on their way to the Finals makes it easy to believe he’s going to improve his playing style, or that he’s just going to be better, he has the ability to do both and at home is bound. to be more aggressive. He missed a small Boston fire in Game 2 and was visibly disappointed.

I think we’ll also see a more relaxing Jrue vacation as the supporting actors tend to live up to the occasion more at home than on the road. With Middleton out Holiday it just got more important, that’s for sure. He and the rest of their core were on the title team last year so they know how to respond to pressure.

That’s a small number so we mostly need Milwaukee to win. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Bucks win like they did in Game 1, though, which leaves little doubt.

Visitors comments ( 0 )

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.