7pm - Chicago -3.5 at Milwaukee O/U 188.5
The upstart Bucks are looking to send this series to the limit with a home win tonight at the Bradley Center. After falling behind 3-0, Milwaukee has bounced back with 2 straight wins.
The Bulls must get their backcourt going as Butler and Rose struggled in the two losses. Gasol is playing well, but he can't do it alone. Noah must continue to be active and productive, too. Coach Thibodeau's unclear job status after this season can't be helping matters, either.
Milwaukee just seems to be growing up before our eyes as coach Kidd's charges continue to improve and gain confidence with each playoff game. Clearly they have the momentum and if Carter-Williams plays like he did on Monday, the Bucks should be in a position to win.
I'm riding the hot team in the Bucks and with the home court edge, getting points is a bonus.
Milwaukee 96 Chicago 95