Bucks vs. Celtics streaming: How to watch Game 2 live online or on TV?

Check out the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Boston Celtics Game 2 live streaming options. The Milwaukee Bucks made a statement in Game 1 who the better team is and are leading 1-0 against the Boston Celtics in the second round of the Eastern Conference in the NBA Playoffs. The Boston Celtics will have to improve their game in order to win Game 2, if not, they will find themselves in a 2-0 deficit going to Milwaukee which will probably be a point of no return.

How to watch Bucks vs. Celtics Game 2

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 evert die hard NBA fan. You can watch all the games in 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 stream live NBA games for a new price of $69.99/month.


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

Milwaukee Bucks vs. Boston Celtics Game 2 Preview

The Milwaukee Bucks have won Game 1 101-89 against the second seed in the Eastern Conference – the Boston Celtics. The defending champion played without their All-Star shooting guard Khris Middleton, who will probably miss the rest of the series, and their back up point guard George Hill. The last season’s NBA Finals MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo didn’t have a good shooting night making only 9 of his 25 field goal attempts but he proved his class by posting a triple-double with 24 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists. The Celtics simply had no answer for the Greek Freak. Boston shot a horrible 33.3% from the field with Jayson Tatum leading the way with 21 points. Jaylen Brown and Al Horford scored 12 points each which was to low for the Celtics to be even close to winning Game 1.

Now, Ime Udoka’s team is facing a situation in which they have to win Game 2 on Tuesday. If they fail to do so, the Celtics will be 2-0 down and going to Milwaukee for the next two games of the series. The Celtics are a 4.5-favorites going into Game 2 which is a little too much after what we saw in the opening game of the series. Boston will certainly shoot much better and keep the game close and even if they win, it won’t be by more than 4 points.

For more detailed analysis of the Bucks vs. Celtics Game 2 make sure you check out our prediction article.

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FAQ about Bucks vs. Celtics Game 2
What was the core of Game 1 of the Bucks vs. Celtics series?

Milwaukee won 101-89 in Game 1 of the series against Boston.

Who is favorite to win the Bucks vs. Celtics Game 1?

The Boston Celtics are a 4.5-point favorites to win Game 2 of the Bucks series.

What is the over/under margin for Bucks vs. Celtics Game 2?

It is set at 215.5 points.

Will Khris Middleton play for the Bucks?

Khris Middleton went down in the opening game of the Bucks series against the Chicago Bulls and will miss game 2 as well.

Will Marcus Smart play for the Celtics?

Marcus Smart had a minor hand injury in Game 1 and is expected to start for the Celtics in Game 2.