Celtics vs Bucks streaming: How to watch Game 3 live online or on TV?

Check out the Boston Celtics vs. Milwaukee Bucks Game 3 live streaming options. The Boston Celtics bounced back hitting 20 three-pointers in Game 2 against the Milwaukee Bucks to tie the series of the second round of the Eastern Conference in the NBA Playoffs at one game apiece. Now the series is moving to Milwaukee where the Bucks finished the last season celebrating their first NBA title after 50 years.

How to watch Celtics vs. Bucks Game 3

Where to Watch NBA Playoffs 2022


Watch NBA games online by using the ESPN App or Website. NBA games can be watched for free on the official ESPN app. 

NBA League Pass

Watch live NBA games or full replays from your TV, computer, and smartphone with the NBA League Pass. 

YouTube TV

YouTube TV offers all the channels you need to stream NBA games this season and has a great DVR option as well.


Watch live NBA games on ABC, ESPN, and TNT with the Hulu + Live TV plan. 


Catch all the playoffs games live and more with fuboTV. NBA coverage is available on a variety of channels on fuboTV. 


Watching the game on live television is still the most common way. All you need to do is make sure you have access to the channel that broadcasts the game of your interest and enjoy the show.

NBA League Pass

The NBA League Pass is a real enjoyment for every die-hard NBA fan. You can watch all the games live, share the screen and watch multiple games at once. You can also rewind or watch the game whenever you have time for it. With the NBA League Pass you also have access to recaps and game highlights as well as many other videos.

YouTube TV

You can enjoy NBA basketball on your favorite video platform. YouTube TV offers all the channels you need to stream NBA games this season and has a great DVR option as well.


Catch your games at home or on the go with Hulu. This platform streams live NBA games for a new price of $69.99/month.


This platform streams live TV and Sports on any device, anytime and anywhere.

Boston Celtics vs. Milwaukee Bucks Game 3 Preview

The Eastern Conference Playoff battle has not been as interesting as this season with multiple teams having equal chances of advancing to the NBA Finals. Two of those teams are definitely the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks but unfortunately, they are facing each other early in the Playoffs.

The Celtics had the home court advantage going into the series against the defending champions but things didn’t start well for Ime Udoka’s team as the Bucks won Game 1. The Celtics were under huge pressure going into Game 2 especially after the Defensive Player of the Year Marcus Smart was ruled out. The Celtics, who shot only 33.3% in the series opener, went hot hitting 20 of their 43 three-point attempts for an impressive 109-86 win in Game 2 over the Bucks.

Now with the series moving to Milwaukee, the Bucks are a 3-point favorite going into Game 3. Coach Budenholzer will not be able to count on the All-Star shooting guard Khris Middleton who will miss this game as well as the backup point guard George Hill. The Celtics also have issues with injuries as Marcus Smart is questionable for Game 3.

However, the Bucks are favorite when they play in front of a packed Fiserv Forum. Despite the fact that the Celtics are the best defensive team in the league, there is no way they can slow down Giannis Antetokounmpo. They forced him to miss some shots in Game 1 but the Greek Freak found a way to help his team by doing everything on the court finishing that one with a triple-double. Anyway, the Bucks will have to improve their outside shooting as they made only 3 long-range shots in Game 2. Whoever wins this game will have a huge advantage as the series progresses.

For a more detailed analysis of the Celtics vs. Bucks Game 3 make sure you check out our prediction article.

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FAQ about Bucks vs. Celtics Game 3

The series are tied at 1-1.

The Milwaukee Bucks are a 3-point favorites to win Game 3 against the Celtics.

The over/under margin is set at 213 points.

Khris Middleton is still unavailable for the Bucks after he went down in the opening game of the Bucks series against the Chicago Bulls.

Marcus Smart is listed as questionable for Game 3.