The Brooklyn Nets vs Milwaukee Bucks series has been full of twists and turns. After the heroics of Kevin Durant without his partner in crime without Kyrie Irving and a depleted James Harden, The Brooklyn Nets came from behind to win Game 5 against the Milwaukee Bucks, to take a 3-2 lead at home. But with the series shifting to the Fiserv Forum, stakes would be high with Giannis Antetokounmpo already clarifying his intentions to emerge victorious any how in the next game.
Safe to say that the Bucks have given the pace of the often in all the game they have lost in this series. But for many of the Bucks’ players this series is all about redemptions, especially knowing they were not able to make it to the conference finals in both the previous NBA playoffs as well. On the other hand, Kevin Durant looks determined to snatch a win at the away court. So make sure you know all about Brooklyn Nets vs Milwaukee Bucks live stream.
Brooklyn Nets vs Milwaukee Bucks Match Timings
17th June – 8:30 PM ET
18th June – 12:30 AM GMT/UTC
18th June – 6:00 AM IST
18th June – 10:30 AM AEST
18th June – 11:30 AM AEDT
Where to watch the match?
Brooklyn Nets vs Milwaukee Bucks live stream will be covered in the NBA app. Fans with their league passes can enjoy the thrilling encounter. Game 6 will also be streamed on Star Sports network
Where will the game be played?
The game 6 of the eastern conference semi-finals will be played at Milwaukee Bucks’ home, Fiserv Forum.
Brooklyn Nets vs Milwaukee Bucks Live Stream details
|US||ESPN, Sling TV, FuboTV|
|Europe||FuboTV, NBA League Pass, SKY|
|Australia||ESPN, NBA TV, Foxtel|
|India||Star Sports, NBA League Pass|
Match 5 Highlights
Brooklyn Nets seemed depleted and outplayed by the Bucks in the entire first half, as a result the home team was outscored by 16-point heading into the break. But after the break, what fans and spectators were just sheer brilliance from Kevin Durant as he single handedly motivated his team to thrash Milwaukee.
But with Giannis Antetokounmpo missing a possible game closing layup-pass from Khris Middleton is the dying seconds. It signified the Bucks’ performance against KD in the second half of Game 5. Eventually with an emphatic triple double, 49 points, 17 rebounds and 10 assists, KD dragged his team to the finish line with a score line of 114-108 to Nets.