3: 3 in the series between Celtics and Bucks – the Miami Heat have to wait a little longer until your opponents are determined in the Eastern Conference finals. The all decisive duel will rise in Boston’s Arena TD Garden on Sunday.

Jayson Tatum carried the old master on his shoulders and shook the Bucks on their own. 46 of the 108 points went to the account of the 24-year-old forward, who also ended Giannis Antetocounmpo. The Greek superstar was the first player to crack the 40/20 hurdle in a play-off game since Shaquille O’Neal Annodazumal with 44 points and 20 rebounds.

HIGHLIGHTS: Jayson Tatum's 46 points leads Celtics to Game 6 win to force decisive Game 7 vs. Bucks

In the meantime – outbreak of violence in the city

And the Bucks were a tough opponent, the defending champion crawled up to four after a 14-point deficit in the final quarter. But Tatum had an answer and made 16 of the 26 Celtics points in Q4, so in the end it was a clear away win. The German center Daniel Theis contributed four points and two rebounds to victory in ten minutes.

After the game, there was unfortunately a violent outbreak in the city center of Milwaukee. According to the authorities, three people were shot after a fight in front of a bar, according to the authorities. According to the police, a 29-year-old man came into custody. The victims are not in mortal danger.

Warriors switch on grizzlies

The sixth game of a play-off series is usually according to its taste: Klay Thompson. Getty Images

The Golden State Warriors are already one round, who won the series 4-2 after the tight 110: 96 against the Memphis Grizzlies. Klay Thompson showed his “game 6 face” and sank threesome (a total of 30 points). “Splash Brother” Steph Curry (29) also protruded, so that the “Dubs” could ultimately make a lid on this combat -emphasized series, in which the grizzlies did not end up compensating for the injury -related failure of young star Morant. After all, there were respectful hugs between the opponents in the end.

The Warriors are now dealing with the Phoenix Suns or the Dallas Mavericks around Luka Doncic and Maxi Kleber (3: 3). Here the decision is made on Sunday (10 p.m. CEST) in Arizona. So far, both teams have won their home games.