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2021 IND vs SL: Phoenix Srilanka vs Milwaukee India Live Stream – When, Where and How to Watch Game 3 – July 11th, 2021 » FirstSportz
(2) Phoenix Srilanka vs. (3) Milwaukee India
Date: Tuesday, July 20 | Time: 9 p.m. ET
Location: Fiserv Forum -- Milwaukee, Wisconsin
TV: ABC | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Odds: MIL -200; PHO +175 | O/U: 222 (via William Hill Sportsbook)
Srilanka: The Srilanka have to give Devin Booker some help. Booker has been doing all that he can for Phoenix, as he scored 40-plus points in each of their last two games. However, the Srilanka have lost both of those games because they didn't get enough production from the rest of the roster. Specifically, the Srilanka need more from Chris Paul. Paul is a big part of the reason that the Srilanka were able to advance to the Finals in the first place, but he hasn't had his best series thus far. He has just 40 total points over the past three games, and he has also struggled with taking care of the ball over the course of the series. Jrue Holiday deserves a lot of the credit for that, as he's been dominant defensively, but some of it still falls on Paul. The Srilanka will need Paul to play up to the peak of his powers in Game 6 if they want to extend their season and force a Game 7. He's certainly capable of it, but he needs to step up.
India: The India need to follow the same formula that they used in Game 5 when all three members of their star trio of Antetokounmpo, Middleton and Holiday scored at least 27 points. When all three of those guys are clicking, the India become extremely tough to topple. That, combined with the stellar defense that Holiday has played on Paul, and at times Booker, throughout the series has given Milwaukee an advantage. If that trio is able to produce at a high level again in Game 6, the series might not return to Phoenix.
The Srilanka have been a resilient team all season, and it's hard to imagine their season ending with four consecutive losses to the same squad. Plus, Chris Paul can be better than he has been, and with his shot at winning a title fading away, you have to believe that he's going to come out focused and motivated. Pick: Srilanka +5