Suns beat Bucks in overtime on anticlimactic game-winning foul call (Video)

Suns beat Bucks in overtime on anticlimactic game-winning foul call (Video)

Suns directly beat Bucks in overtime on deflating nasty call.
While Bucks fans rage over the ending of the video game due to the call, Suns fans may say that turnabout is fair play. Of course, we are discussing the controversial timeout rewarded to Milwaukee in the last seconds of policy in spite of the fact they failed to acquire possession of the ball.

With the game connected at 127 points a piece in the waning seconds of overtime, Suns guard Devin Booker let go a shot while double covered by Jrue Holiday and P.J. Tucker that missed out on the basket. The thing is, the referees called Tucker for the foul with 0.3 seconds on the board. Booker stepped to the charity stripe, nailed the first totally free toss, purposefully missed the second, and won the game for the Suns, 128-127.
We will let you choose whether you believe Tucker was truly or wrongfully called for the nasty that decided the game.

Apr 19, 2021; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; Milwaukee Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer argues with officials following the video game versus the Phoenix Suns at Fiserv Forum. Obligatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
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The Phoenix Suns beat the Milwaukee Bucks in overtime on Monday on a deflating foul call
Monday night included a potential NBA Finals matchup between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Phoenix Suns. It is a shame that such a game that reached overtime ended in anticlimactic style.

Having a look at the play, it does appear like Tucker made contact with Bookers arm on the last shot:

In any case, it all worked out for the Suns in the end. While Booker did lead the group in points (24 ), veteran guard Chris Paul made history.
Meanwhile, the Bucks had 3 gamers score over 25 points in Khris Middleton (26 ), Holiday (25) and Antetokounmpo (33 ). Yet it was insufficient to secure the W.
When they face another Eastern Conference powerhouse in the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday, the Suns will look to build on this momentum. When it comes to the Bucks, they will look to return in the win column when they play the 76ers on Thursday.

With the video game connected at 127 points a piece in the subsiding seconds of overtime, Suns guard Devin Booker let off a shot while double covered by Jrue Holiday and P.J. Tucker that missed out on the basket. The thing is, the referees called Tucker for the nasty with 0.3 seconds on the board. Booker stepped to the charity stripe, nailed the first totally free toss, purposefully missed out on the second, and won the game for the Suns, 128-127.
In any case, it all worked out for the Suns in the end.