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Of Course A (2-2) NBA Final

July 15, 2021

In a tale of two Khris/Chris (es), (Khris Middleton had 40, including the two field goals that broke a 99 all tie, while Chris Paul, still the fave to win the series MVP, had a bad game) the Milwaukee Bucks (menos 5) (109-103) “undering” the Suns, to get ABC/ESPN/Disney a (2-2) final that will go until at least July 20th, the 52nd anniversary of the first man on the moon landing. It seems that journey took less time to complete, than this spread out NBA final (next game Saturday).

Giannis Antetokounmpo added 26 points for the Bucks, while Devon Booker, who had none of those ridiculous valued “3’s,” joined Antetokounmpo (#2 in this) and Jerry (West) (#7/’69), as 42 point scorers, in a losing NBA final tilt.

I tuned in 99 all, Middleton had hit to yield that score and he hit after a Booker miss, giving “Milw” a (101-99) lead. “A”n “A”ntetokounmpo block on “Aaton” “a”fter “a”n “a”lley-oop, two Middleton misses (no quotes for alliteration), then a horrible turnover by Paul, manifesting in a Middleton lay in, SERIES EVEN.

Despite the close game, ’twas another in which the spread did not matter and a 4th straight fave cover. Again so few win/no covers in NBA final entities for a good number of years.

The Suns were in both a (5-1) and (1-5) home team record final, while “Milw” was in both a (2-2) and (2-5) home team final. Thus the 4 home team wins in as many tilts in this final, put the home team over .500 (14-13) in the five Bucks or Suns’ final rounds.

Phoenix is a 4 point home fave in the Saturday night (when if ever was there a Saturday night NBA final game ?!!) pivotal game 5.

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