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Broadcast Guide | Game six blockbuster awaits in NBA FINALS SERIES

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The gripping NBA Finals series between the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns continues with a must-win Game Six for the Suns live on ESPN.

Milwaukee took an epic Game Five on Sunday AEST to claim a 3-2 lead in the NBA Finals, meaning victory in Game Six on Wednesday will see the Bucks claim their first NBA Championship since 1971.
 
It also means Phoenix must win Game Six in order to force the NBA Finals into a deciding game-seven, which if needed, will be played on Friday July 23 at 11am AEST, live on ESPN.
 
Despite speculation Giannis Antetokounmpo would play limited minutes in the NBA Finals after hyperextending his knee earlier in the post-season, the Greek star has transformed the Bucks.
 
Phoenix took the opening two games, but the Bucks have claimed three straight wins, on the back of Giannis’ heroics and the hot shooting of teammates Khris Middleton and Jrue Holiday.
 
Now the Suns must turn to their own stars to square the series once again and set up an epic Game Seven showdown, with it all on the line.
 
Devin Booker amazingly hit 40 points in a losing Suns side in Game Six and will need to continue his hot hand as Phoenix look to keep their dream of a first NBA Championship alive.
 
The Bucks are now just four quarters from putting their names in the history books and claiming a second NBA crown.
 
ESPN will have full replays and dedicated NBA Finals Mini’s available on demand for hoops fans, so they do not miss any of the thrilling conclusion to the NBA Championship race.

NBA Finals on ESPN

Wednesday July 21
11am AEST, Milwaukee Bucks vs Phoenix Suns, Game Six, ESPN
 
Friday July 23
11am AEST, Milwaukee Bucks vs Phoenix Suns, Game Seven ESPN*
*will be played if needed
 
*All times listed are AEST

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