Twitter freaks out after TNT broadcast shuts down during Hawks-Bucks Game 6

Twitter freaks out after TNT broadcast shuts down during Hawks-Bucks Game 6

NBA is rigged. TNT is down, now they can require a game 7.
— Abu Gary (@theammarnator) July 4, 2021.

TNT decreased in the middle of game 6 in the ECF.
— NY James ✈ (@James_Bianchi15) July 4, 2021.

Jul 3, 2021; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Milwaukee Bucks center Brook Lopez (11) and Atlanta Hawks center Clint Capela (15) battle for the opening tip-off for game six of the Eastern Conference Finals for the 2021 NBA Playoffs at State Farm Arena. Obligatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports
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Basketball fans were freaking out on Twitter after the TNT broadcast kept freezing during Game 6 between the Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks.
Saturday was a much anticipated day for NBA fans. After there were no video games set up on Friday due to the Phoenix Suns closing out the Western Conference Finals against the Los Angeles Clippers 6 games, the Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks were set to do battle in Game 6 on Saturday night.

With the Bucks having a possibility to clinch their very first NBA Finals appearance since 1974 with a Game 6 triumph and the Hawks having a possibility to extend the Eastern Conference Finals to seven video games with a win of their own, many could not wait to watch the contest. Sadly for some, the TNT broadcast went down for them, and they let Twitter learn about it.
TNT broadcast shut down for some NBA fans seeking to see Bucks vs. Hawks Game 6

Hopefully for these fans, the broadcast is up and running for them so they get the opportunity to see the end outcome of Game 6.

tnt simply shut down well i guess that suggests the knicks made the finals excellent video game people
— Clique Productions (@ImClique_) July 4, 2021

— Bxnko (@BankoSmoko) July 4, 2021

Is it just me or did TNT simply decrease in the middle of the video game?.
— Project.Edouard (@HandelingMyLife) July 4, 2021.