The Milwaukee Bucks are the NBA champions in 50 years, Giannis with the master class

Giannis Antetokounmpo conquers with his career-high 50 points for the Bucks to win the NBA championship against the Phoenix Suns 105-98 in 50 years.

A classic performance by the Bucks’ two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo to clinch the series as they conquer the Phoenix Suns 105-98 in Game 6 at the NBA Finals on Wednesday.

The Milwaukee Bucks, with their exceptional performance with the help of Giannis’ new career-high 50 points exertion, wins their first NBA championship since 1971 when Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson compelled the Baltimore Bullets.

The Bucks, having their home-court benefit dominated in the first quarter but the Suns, in the second quarter, managed to lead where their NBA all-star Chris Paul fought back. They scored 31 points against the Bucks dominating into halftime but that was not enough in front of Giannis as he arose after halftime to make sure the trophy doesn’t fall over by his 20 points in the third quarter moving forward towards where the teams rolled 77-77 in the fourth. They later outscored the Suns with 28-21 in the final.

Giannis Antetokounmpo gets awarded with the 2020-21 Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP trophy who scored almost half of his team’s points with 15 rebounds and retained five blocks. He now enlists Michael Jordan, the Chicago Bulls Hall of Fame player as the only player to win MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, Finals MVP and All-Star Game MVP in NBA record.

Thousands of fans of the Bucks were huddled outside the Fiserv Forum to rejoice in their team’s huge victory.

The Bucks get a lot of appreciation from the Basketball fraternity.

“Challenge complete” tweets NBA quoting late legend Kobe Bryant’s tweet.

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