Kelso NBA Eastern Finals Game One
Surprising Milwaukee Bucks Open Title Series Tonight
A Surprise? Believe It! Milwaukee Was 60-1 To Win The NBA Championship When Season Began And 14-1 To Win The Eastern Conference Title
Top-seeded Milwaukee (68-23) takes the floor tonight as a solid 6.5-point favorite in game one of its best-of-seven series against #2-seeded Toronto (66-28) in the Eastern Conference championship. The teams split 2-2 during the regular season and must be hungry to advance to the NBA championship round. This is but the second time in franchise history Milwaukee has made it this far in the post season—something Toronto has never done.
No question the Milwaukee Bucks are at the top of their game. They are 8-1 in the playoffs and come into the championship game after crushing the Boston Celtics in four consecutive games by an average of 16.3 points. Seven of their playoff wins have been by 10 or more points.
The Toronto Raptors will be no easy out. They come to play and have the deep bench required to be successful at this juncture. They are 8-4 in the post season and earned their trip to the title round on a last-second buzzer-beater in game seven again against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Milwaukee is 37-9 at home this season, while Toronto is 27-19 when traveling.
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