There will be a Game 7. The Milwaukee Bucks knocked off the Brooklyn Nets, 104-89, forcing a winner-take-all game on Saturday.
Milwaukee had trouble shooting the three ball in the first half, as they were only connect on one of their nine tries. However, despite that poor shooting from deep, they were able to take a lead on a sleepwalking Brooklyn team, 26-19 going into the second quarter.
With Kevin Durant getting a breather, James Harden started to come alive for Brooklyn. That helped the Nets get back into it. However, Milwaukee put together a strong close-out to the half, as they were able to leverage a pair of Khris Middleton threes to earn a 59-48 advantage.