BTBP Roundtable #10: All Or Nothing For The Bucks

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Apr 25, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Fans get ready for game four of the first round of the NBA Playoffs between the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

What’s the one thing that you feel could give the Bucks an edge to hopefully go and grab a victory tonight?

Adam McGee (@AdamMcGee11): All the momentum and energy in the series is now with the Bucks, so their priority has to be to get on top of the Bulls and keep the upperhand. The best way to do that is to smother the Bulls, and force turnovers.

Ti Windisch (@TiWindisch): Michael Carter-Williams. He was huge in Game 5 and it was Milwaukee’s easiest win over Chicago in the series. If he has another huge game and is also able to hold down Derrick Rose, the Bucks will have a great chance to force a Game 7.

Jordan Treske (@jtresk26): The Bucks have done a great job forcing turnovers throughout the series, but I think the difference maker will be capitalizing off those turnovers. In Game 5, The Bulls actually forced more turnovers (17-12) than the Bucks and had the edge scoring on them (24-19) so I think if the Bucks contend and hopefully force a Game 7, it will be due to points off turnovers.

Brett Abramczyk (@RW23_): With the Bucks coming home with momentum and this being a weekday game at 6PM, I expect there to be a ridiculously loud Bucks crowd. I think has the potential to impact the momentum of the game significantly.

Jeff Herrmann (@bangocrossing): The home crowd. The Bulls were lucky to come away with a double overtime victory in game three. That tells us the Bulls stuggle not only with the Bucks in general, but with their hungry, raucous crowd. The hype for this game around Milwaukee is immense–expect that energy to give the Bucks a lift.

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