Bucks vs. Hawks Odds & Picks: Smart Money Flowing On Game 6 Total In Atlanta
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- Atlanta hosts Milwaukee on Saturday night for a crucial Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
- The total for tonight's game opened at 215 before being pushed to 217, but there has been more recent movement.
- Find out which way sharp bettors are moving the line again, below.
NBA Odds: Bucks vs. Hawks
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The Milwaukee Bucks vs. Atlanta Hawks Eastern Conference Finals matchup has been a true war of attrition.
Right when it seemed like Milwaukee had a clear advantage as Hawks superstar Trae Young suffered a freak injury stepping on a referee’s foot, Bucks two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo suffered a hyperextended knee that will keep him out for an undisclosed amount of time.
In Game 4, no one knew what to truly expect. With Lou Williams starting in place of Young, Atlanta beat the Antetokounmpo-less Bucks by 22 points.
Then, Mike Budenholzer and the Bucks flipped the script on the Hawks, collecting an 11-point win with unlikely offensive contributions from their frontcourt in Game 5.
Now, Milwaukee enters a potential closeout Game 6 in Atlanta, optimistic that Antetokounmpo will be able to return in some capacity in the near future. With Trae Young still listed as questionable and Antetokounmpo out, our latest PRO Report shows that sharp bettors are expecting a low-scoring contest.
NBA Picks: Bucks vs. Hawks
The total for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals opened up at 215. Ahead of Saturday night’s action, the total was pushed up to 217.
Since Saturday morning, there has been one Action Labs Bet Signals triggered on the under. The reverse line movement on the under is a sign of which way the wiseguys are betting the total.
PRO Report Pick: Under 217