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The Bucks had a 14-5 edge in second-chance points in Game 6 . and finished the series with a 91-54 advantage. Milwaukee finished with series edges in each of the four miscellaneous stats: points off turnovers (93-79), fast break points (97-56) and points in the paint (294-248).Scoring StatsIn racking up 50 points in Game 6, Giannis Antetokounmpo made 15 shots in the paint (60% of his points), one 3-pointer (6% of his points) and 17 free throws (34% of his points). Behind Giannis’ 17-19 performance at the free throw line, the Bucks scored a series-best 23.8% of their points at the free throw line in Game 6. Meanwhile, their 17.1% of points scored on 3-pointers was a series low.The Suns also scored a series-low from 3-point range (18.4%), but did score a series-high 44.9% of their points in the paint. Only 36.8% of Phoenix’s field goals were assisted in Game 6 – the lowest mark of any game in the series for either team.Usage Stats Giannis Antetokounmpo finished with a game-high usage rate of 40.1%, but scored 52.6% of Milwaukee’s points while he was on the court. He also accounted for 68% of Milwaukee’s free throws, 30.4% of Milwaukee’s rebounds and 83.3% of Milwaukee’s blocks in his 42 minutes on the court. Devin Booker led the Suns in usage (27.8%), but scored only 21.1% of the Suns’ points while on court. Chris Paul (25.8% usage, 33.8% points), Cameron Payne (27.8% usage, 34.5% points) and Frank Kaminsky (16.6% usage, 24.0% points) were the most efficient scorers for the Suns based on usage. Bobby Portis tied with Jrue Holiday for the second-highest usage rate among the Bucks at 21.0%, but he scored 32.7% of Milwaukee’s points in his 23 minutes on the court.Four Factors The Suns posted their lowest effective field goal percentage of the series in Game 6 (47.7%) – just over five percentage points lower than their previous low (52.8% in Game 1).

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Game 6 was the second-lowest effective field goal percentage for the Bucks (48 .8%); their lowest mark came in Game 4 (43.8%). The Bucks won their two lowest eFG% games and their two highest eFG% games in this series. The Bucks posted their highest free throw rate (0.354) and highest free throw percentage (25-29, 86.2%) of the series in Game 6.The Suns had their most missed shots of any game this series (48), but had their lowest offensive rebound rate (14.3%) in Game 6Player Tracking Devin Booker and Jrue Holiday led Game 6 in minutes played and distance traveled. Booker covered 3.47 miles in 46:15 of court time, while Holiday covered 3.32 miles in 46:17. Giannis Antetokounmpo shot 12-15 (80%) on contested shots and 4-10 (40%) on uncontested shots in Game 6. Khris Middleton also shot better on contested shots (3-4) than uncontested shot (3-9), as did Bobby Portis (4-5 contested. 2-5 uncontested). Jrue Holiday struggled in both instances (2-9 contested, 2-10 uncontested). Jae Crowder (2-9), Devin Booker (5-14), Cam Johnson (1-5) and Mikal Bridges (0-2) all struggled to hit uncontested shots in Game 6. Overall, the Suns shot 21-52 (40.4%) on open looks – their lowest percentage of any game in the series.rue Holiday finished with a game-high 11 assists on 15 potential assists. In addition, Holiday had three free throw assists (passes that lead to a teammate earning a shooting foul and making at least one free throw) and one secondary assist (the pass that led directly to an assist). Adjusting for free throw and secondary assists, 21.7% of Holiday’s passes resulted in an assist.Hustle Stats The Suns finished with an 17-11 edge in deflections, with Mikal Bridges leading all players with five, followed by Jae Crowder and Jrue Holiday with four apiece. The Bucks had a 6-4 edge in loose balls recovered with Giannis Antetokounmpo collecting a game-high three.While the Suns were outrebounded 53-37, they did record more box outs than the Bucks, 15-8. Frank Kaminsky had a game-high five box outs in just 11 minutes of time on the court.Defensive StatsMikal Bridges held his defensive matchups to 3-11 (27.3%) shooting in 13 minutes of matchup time, while Chris Paul allowed only five points on 0-5 FG, 0-3 3P, 5-5 FT to his matchups, also in 13 minutes of matchup time. Brook Lopez allowed 11 points on 3-11 shooting in 8:26 of defensive matchup time. PJ Tucker allowed 10 points on 4-12 FG, 1-4 3P in 12:32 of matchup time. Bobby Portis held his matchups to nine points on 2-13 FG, 0-5 3P in 8:07 of matchup time.MatchupsGiannis Antetokounmpo scored 27 of his 50 points in 5:34 (39.4%) of matchup time against Deandre Ayton. Giannis shot 9-14 from the field, 1-2 from three and 8-8 at the free throw line against Ayton in Game 6. He added another 12 points on 4-5 FG, 4-4 FT in 4:30 against Jae Crowder.Jrue Holiday held Devin Booker to four points on 2-6 FG, 0-3 3P in 7:55 of matchup time (50.6% of Booker’s offensive matchup time). Booker had only two points on 1-4 shooting in 2:42 against P.J. Tucker, but found more
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  1. Christopher Rogowski

    This shirt was a gift for a middle-school boy. It fit nicely, is well-made, and depicts some good clean humor.

  2. MARK JAFFER

    The shirt is soft and a perfect color of blue

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