MIL vs MIN : Milwaukee Bucks have a very difficult job to turn the tide in their favor in this series. Because they playing against very big teams so they establish full strength then only they win that game against Timberwolves. They have 3 consecutive wins and they win the last game against Dallas in (118-111). So they have winning momentum and high feet players that will helpful for this tournament.
Wolves are almost done and dusted in this series. They need to win four of the remaining five games to advance to the next round of NBA playoffs. Considering how Rockets, and James Harden, in particular, are playing this season, we can’t see this happening. They lose 2 back to back game because of injury and Minnesota Timberwolves; Justin Payton is still nursing a foot injury and is out of this clash. This is one of the disadvantages for Wolves.
Milwaukee Bucks vs Minnesota Timberwolves Squad
Milwaukee Bucks: Jaylen Adams, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Dragan Bender, Eric Bledsoe, Sterling Brown, Pat Connaughton, Donte DiVincenzo, George Hill, Ersan Ilyasova, Kyle Korver, Brook Lopez, Robin Lopez, Frank Mason III, Wesley Matthews, Luke Maye, Khris Middleton, Cameron Reynolds, Rayjon Tucker, D.J. Wilson
Minnesota Timberwolves : Keita Bates-Diop, Jordan Bell, Robert Covington, Jarrett Culver, Gorgui Dieng, Treveon Graham, Jake Layman, Kelan Martin, Jordan McLaughlin, Jordan Murphy, Shabazz Napier, Jaylen Nowell, Josh Okogie, Naz Reid, Jeff Teague, Karl-Anthony Towns, Noah Vonleh, Tyrone Wallace, Andrew Wiggins, Lindell Wigginton