Milwaukee Bucks V Miami Heat NBA Playoffs R2 Game 4: NBA Live Stream, How to Watch Online, TV Schedules, Date, Results, Line-Ups

The first-seeded team, Milwaukee Bucks are struggling to find a victory against in-form fifth-seeded Miami Heat. If Bucks fail to get a win on today’s matchup against, this year campaign is over for them. Moreover, the best team in the NBA 2020 will be swept by a fifth-seeded team 4-0.

Tip-Off: 3.30 PM ET on Sunday @ ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

The Heats has a strong advantage as they already go 3-0 up in the best-of-seven series against Bucks. If we look down on the history, no team has ever recorded a series victory from an 0-3 deficit. Miami Heat beat Bucks 115-110, in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series. The game showed an embarrassing side of the top team like Milwaukee Bucks.

Bucks scored just 13 points in the final quarter in Game 3, which is the biggest fourth-quarter points difference in playoff history. Heat’s forward Jimmy Butler made more points (17) than the entire Bucks’ team in Game 3. The reigning MVP and the DPOY 2020, Giannis Antetokounmpo has not been in his best game, rather he is showing frustrating and embarrassing performance.

Antetokounmpo had a twisted right ankle in that game, though dropped 21 points and 16 rebounds. If he sustained that injury and sit out of the game, Heats would probably sweep the NBA 2020 regular season league leaders.

NBA Playoffs Eastern Conference Round 2: Buck V Heat [Heat Leads 2-0]

Game 1: MIA 115-104 MIL
Game 2: MIA 116-114 MIL
Game 3: MIL 100-115 MIA
Game 4: MIL MIA | 3.30 PM ET on Sunday (1 AM IST)
Game 5: MIA MIL
Game 6: MIL MIA | TBD (only if necessary)
Game 7: MIA MIL | TBD (only if necessary)

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NBA LiveStream: How to watch NBA Playoffs Online? TV Broadcast Schedule

Live Stream: ESPN App, NBA App, Fox Sports Go, AT&T TV Now Fubo TV, YouTube TV, Sony LIV (India)

Probable Line-Ups

Bucks: Khris Middleton, Wesley Matthews, Brook Lopez, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Eric Bledsoe
Miami: Goran Dragic, Jimmy Butler, Jae Crowder, Duncan Robinson, Bam Adebayo


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