NBA Playoffs Game 5 between Milwaukee Bucks and Orlando Magic will officially resume on Saturday. The NBA Players’ Association agreed to resume the contest after consulting with the former president of the United States, Barack Obama. Now, the first seeded team in Eastern Conference will return to the court in ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex to eliminate eighth-seeded Orlando Magic.
The match will take place on Saturday afternoon in Orlando, and the tip-off is scheduled at 3.30 PM ET on 29th August.
The driving force of the Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo, who averages 31.3 points per game will try to close out the Magic. A win on Saturday means the Mike Budenholzer’s team will book a place in conference semi-finals. If they win, they will join face off against Miami Heat, who have already booked the place at semis after sweeping Indiana Pacers 4-0.
The odds are against Magic, who suffered a blow after their forward, Aaron Gordon suffered a hamstring injury just after the fifth game in NBA Bubble. The other absentee includes Michael Carter-Williams. As for the Bucks, there aren’t any injured players. The other plus point for Bucks is Pat Connaughton, who has been boosting the team’s success coming off the bench.
NBA Playoffs Eastern Conference Quarter-Finals: Bucks V Magic [Bucks lead 3-1]
- Game 1: MIL 110-122 ORL
- Game 2: MIL 111-96 ORL
- Game 3: ORL 107-121 MIL
- Game 4: ORL 106-121 MIL
- Game 5: MIL ORL | 3.30 PM ET 29/08
- Game 6: MIL ORL TBD (only if necessary)
- Game 7: MIL ORL TBD (only if necessary)
NBA Live Stream: How to Watch NBA Playoffs Online? TV Broadcast Schedule
The fifth game in NBA Playoffs between Bucks and Magic can be streamed through NBA official app and website, TNT app, Fubo TV, FOX Sports GO, and ESPN Plus. In India, fans can live stream the match through Sony Sports Network’s Sony LIV app and website, and even in Fan code.
Meanwhile, fans can watch on TV through ESPN, Fox Sports, and NBA TV. Similarly, fans in India can watch the live match in Sony SIX at 1.00 AM on 30th August.
- Bucks: Antetokounmpo, Middleton, Lopez, Bledsoe, Mathews
- Magic: Clark, Ennis III, Vucevic, Fournier, Fultz