You can still buy Bucks playoff tickets for Game 6 of the NBA second-round playoff series at Fiserv Forum

Emmett Prosser
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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It was somewhat like watching the fourth quarter of Game 4, but in reverse. 

Two nights after the Boston Celtics rallied from a seven-point fourth-quarter deficit at Fiserv Forum to steal home-court advantage back in the NBA Eastern Conference semifinals playoff series, the Bucks came back from 14-point hole in the fourth quarter in Boston as their 110-107 Game 5 victory suddenly set up a potential clinching Game 6 Friday night. 

That's right, a possible series-winning game at home. Here's what the ticket situation looks like.

Are tickets available for Game 6 of Bucks vs. Celtics at Fiserv Forum?

As of 10 p.m. Wednesday night, some regular-priced tickets still remained with upper-level tickets starting at $201 plus service charges and lower-level tickets starting at $366. 

There were also a few tickets on the resale market below $200 Wednesday night with standing room only space starting at $121. 

Tickets on the floor within an audible call of Aaron Rodgers' back shoulder (if he decides to attend the big game) appear to begin at about $4,500. 

Is there going to be watch parties at the Deer District?

Yes. Fans who are not attending games at Fiserv Forum will still have the opportunity to enjoy it from the Deer District at the Bucks Watch Party presented by Motorola Edge! In addition to the outdoor TV already in place in The Beer Garden, a screen will be placed on the plaza for fans to watch the game. 

The Deer District plaza will open two hours prior to tip-off.

Fans without tickets to the game must enter the Deer District through the south end of the plaza (near Highland and Vel R Phillips). 

How do I access my tickets?

Via the Bucks app on your mobile device.

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