What: Phoenix Suns (40-16) at Milwaukee Bucks (35-21) When: 5:00 P.M. MST **EARLY START ALERT** Where: Fiserv Forum Watch: NBA League Pass, Bally Sports Arizona 98.7 FM The Phoenix Suns had a nightmare of a game against the San Antonio Spurs. That could not have been what they were looking for as their last home game prior to flying out for this rough road stretch. In their first match, the second seed in the West visits the third team in the East in the Milwaukee Bucks.
But day after day, game after game, Budenholzer unapologetically challenges the Bucks – ironically the highest scoring offense in the league for three years running – to play better defense. I think, sometimes, a great attribute is to be frustrated or pulling your hair out anytime the other team scores,” said Budenholzer. Regardless of whether it's a two or a three or a free throw.
Looking to even the season series, the Milwaukee Bucks take on the impressive Phoenix Suns tonight at Fiserv Forum. Back on February 10th, the Suns won these teams’ first meeting by a single point, though the Bucks were missing Jrue Holiday. Giannis Antetokounmpo dropped 47, but sadly missed a potential game-winning J at the buzzer.