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Bucks, Warriors try to close out second-round series at home

AP Sports Writer

MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Milwaukee Bucks want to build off the momentum from a thrilling comeback. The Golden State Warriors seek to put an embarrassing loss behind them as both teams attempt to end their second-round series Friday night. Both have 3-2 leads and are at home for Game 6. The defending NBA champion Bucks rallied from a 14-point, fourth-quarter deficit to win 110-107 in Boston on Wednesday night. The Warriors squandered an opportunity to close out their series by losing 134-95 at Memphis.

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