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The Bucks have stormed back into the series with two wins at home and will now look to set up a scenario where they can clinch a title in Game 6. Milwaukee has won five road games in the playoffs, but has struggled in both games at Phoenix in this series.
The Suns saw Devin Booker’s 42-point outburst go to waste, largely due to 17 turnovers and some poor late game execution. Chris Paul will look to improve after a rough shooting performance and Deandre Ayton was largely absent on the scoreboard. The Suns need their home crowd to help them take a 3-2 lead in the series.