(Milwaukee, WI) -- The Bucks will look to claim their second championship in franchise history when they host the Suns for Game Six of the NBA Finals in Milwaukee tonight. It would be 50 years apart for the Bucks, who claimed their first title in 1971. Milwaukee is on the brink of a championship following three straight wins and a 3-2 series lead. The Suns are hoping to force a Game Seven on the road. Devin Booker is the first player in history to scored 40-plus points in back-to-back NBA Finals games and lose both. A loss would cement the Suns with the most NBA Finals appearances of any active franchise without a championship.