Hawks vs Bucks prediction, odds, spread, line, over/under and betting info for Game 5

Atlanta Hawks, Betting and Odds, Milwaukee Bucks, NBA Playoffs

Here are the odds, spread, line, over/under, betting info and prediction for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks.

The Atlanta Hawks have proven to be one of the most resilient teams in the 2021 NBA Playoffs. Despite losing Trae Young, Atlanta used a complete team effort to deliver a 110-88 win against the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 on Tuesday. Milwaukee also lost its best player, Giannis Antetokounmpo, to a knee injury in that contest, and now he is listed as doubtful for Game 5.

There’s a bit of uncertainty surrounding both teams in a pivotal swing game in the Eastern Conference Finals. It could be a battle of superstar-less teams, with a sole focus on the supporting casts of both the Hawks and Bucks.

Had it not been for the Young injury and the fourth-quarter heroics of Khris Middleton in Game 3, Atlanta could very well be up 3-1 in this series heading to Milwaukee tomorrow night. The Hawks never trailed in Game 4, and they were up comfortably before the Giannis injury.

Things tend to change in road games during the postseason, so the return home could benefit the Bucks despite losing their best player.

All odds are presented by WynnBet.

Hawks vs Bucks Game 5 Info

Here’s everything you need to watch Game 5 and monitor any and all bets you placed on the Eastern Conference Finals showdown.

Date: Thursday, July 1st
Start Time: 8:30 pm ET
TV Channel: TNT
Live Stream: Live stream info here

Bucks vs Hawks Game 4 spread and odds

If you’re looking to make a bet on Hawks vs. Bucks Game 5, here’s the latest spread and odds:

Line: Hawks +2/Bucks -2
Moneyline: Hawks +104/Bucks -125
Over/Under: 215.5

Hawks vs Bucks Game 5 prediction and pick

Despite being the underdogs entering this series, Atlanta has gone toe-to-toe with Milwaukee in each matchup except for the Game 2 blowout.

There’s something special about this team, and I think it’s important not to pay any attention to their No. 5 seeding. It seems like with each Hawks win, there’s someone new who steps up with a big performance.

Many have written Atlanta off, yet they’ve managed to get within two games of the NBA Finals, and they have nothing to lose. Compare that to the Bucks, who had championship expectations before the regular season, and now all the pressure is on their supporting cast to deliver a win, most likely without their best player.

If there’s any group of role players I’m taking, it’s Atlanta’s right now. Throw in Trae Young, who may play Game 5, and I think the Hawks get one game closer to the NBA Finals.

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