NBA Finals 2021

NBA Finals 2021: Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks Game 2 betting odds, spread, over/under

The 2021 NBA Finals kicked off with the Phoenix Suns defeating the Milwaukee Bucks to take Game 1.

The Suns were powered by 32 points and nine assists from Chris Paul, 27 points and six assists from Devin Booker and a 22-point, 19-rebound double-double from Deandre Ayton to come away with the victory.

While Giannis Antetokounmpo's late decision to play through his hyperextended knee injury didn't have much time to affect the spread for Game 1, his availability for Game 2 has the Bucks opening a half-point better (+5.5) compared to being 6.0-point underdogs in the series opener.

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With the Suns covering and the over hitting in Game 1, what does Game 2's betting odds look like?

Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks Game 2: Betting odds, spread, over/under

Spread: Suns -5.5 (-110), Bucks +5.5 (-110)

Suns Moneyline: -215

Bucks Moneyline: +185

Over/Under: 220.5 (-110)

Odds as of 4:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, July 7 courtesy of William Hill Sportsbook.

For what it's worth:

  • The Suns covered Game 1's spread (-6.0), winning by 13 points.
  • The over (218.5) hit in Game 1, with both teams combining for 223 points.
  • The Suns are 13-4 in the 2021 NBA Playoffs, going 4-2 vs. Lakers, 4-0 vs. Nuggets, 4-2 vs. Clippers and so far, 1-0 vs. Bucks
  • The Bucks are 12-6 in the 2021 NBA Playoffs, going 4-0 vs. Heat, 4-3 vs. Nets and 4-2 vs. Hawks and so far, 0-1 vs. Suns
  • The average total score from the two regular season games between the Suns and Bucks was 252.0, although one of the games went into overtime
  • According to The Action Network, the Suns were 42-28-2 against the spread during the regular season while the Bucks were 32-40

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