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Are Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kevin Durant playing tonight? Bucks vs. Suns time, TV channel and live stream
By Scott Rafferty,
Tuesday's meeting between the Bucks and Suns could serve as a Finals preview.
Even with Giannis Antetokounmpo sidelined, Milwaukee has continued its winning ways to remain at the top of the Eastern Conference standings. Phoenix isn't leading the Western Conference like it did last season, but the trade deadline addition of Kevin Durant now has the Suns among the favorites to win the title.
The problem? Not only has Antetokounmpo missed time recently, but Durant suffered an ankle sprain in what was going to be his first game in Phoenix as a member of the Suns.
The Sporting News has you covered with the latest information for Bucks vs. Suns, including the status of both Antetokounmpo and Durant.
Are Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kevin Durant playing tonight?
The Bucks have not yet released an injury report for Tuesday's game, so Antetokounmpo's status is unknown.
Antetokounmpo had missed three straight games prior to Milwaukee's contest against Sacramento on Monday. He sat one game with a non-COVID illness and two games with right hand soreness.
The Suns announced on March 9 that Durant would be reevaluated in three weeks after sustaining a left ankle sprain. That timeline means he could be out for the rest of March.
What channel is Bucks vs. Suns on?
Date: Tuesday, March 14
TV channel: NBA TV
Live stream : Sling TV
Bucks vs. Suns will air on NBA TV. Viewers can also stream the game on Sling TV.
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