Milwaukee Bucks: Ranking 5 games to circle on 2021-22 schedule

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Game 4 — Milwaukee Bucks vs. Los Angeles Lakers, November 17, 2021

It is always must-see television when the Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers square off, and that should be no different when they play on November 17.

The last two world champions will tip-off at Fiserv Forum in a nationally televised game that boasts an incredible amount of star power.  The Bucks will have their newly crowned leading trio of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton, and Jrue Holiday going up against a new group from Los Angeles. While the Lakers will be bringing back LeBron James and Anthony Davis, they brought in another star this offseason by trading for 2016-17 league MVP Russell Westbrook.

The story truly writes itself here. Fans will not need much convincing to turn on the television and watch this group of MVPs, All-Stars, and All-NBA players do battle. Among the many individual matchups that will be worth watching here, Giannis vs. LeBron is clearly the one that will take center stage, as it tends to do. These are two of the greatest players in the game of basketball, as they both hold the last two Finals MVP trophies. Both players tend to raise their games when it is time to take on another top-tier player, and that should be the case here.

These two teams will square off in a must-see game on November 17, and you can catch the action at 6:30 p.m. CST on ESPN.