The Bucks become NBA finals champion

NBA Finals finally end with a surprising turn of events. Milwaukee Bucks came from behind to win the whole series after going down 2-0 in the first two games.

The Phoenix faced the Bucks with an aim to tie the series in Game 6 and move to Game 7 .

However, the Bucks had other plans as they wanted to finish the series in Game 6 and they were able to do so.

The Bucks defeated the Suns 105-98 on Tuesday, becoming the NBA champions for the first in 50 years.

Giannis Antetokounmpo gave an historic performance for the win, leading the team with game-high points.

Following Giannis, four other players came up with scores in double-figures.

On the other hand, Chris Paul led the Suns followed by Devin Booker. Likewise, three other players scored in double figures.

The Bucks started strong and maintaining the momentum, they came up with a win at the end of the game.

First quarter goes to the Bucks.

Mikal Bridges drove to the rim but Giannis rejected him at the rim and dropped a layup on the other end.

Devin Booker answered back, dropping a jumper which tied the game right away.

Brook Lopez came up with a layup and subsequently the Bucks took four-point lead.

Chris Paul answered back, dropping a three-pointer on the other end.

Eventually, the Bucks were 8-5 as Khris Middleton came up with a steal and dunk on the other end in transition.

The Bucks become NBA champ
The Bucks become NBA champ.(source: Twitter)

Bridges then answered back, dropping a jumper. The Suns trailed the Bucks five-point halfway into the quarter.

Middleton knocked down a three-pointer, extending the lead to 8-point with 4:45 remaining in the quarter.

Deandre Ayton dropped a layup on Paul’s pass and also drew a foul in the process.

Jae Crowder added a jumper on the next possession. While Bobby Portis knocked down a three-pointer on the other end.

Subsequently, Cameron Payne answered back with a three-pointer. Antetokounmpo drove to the rim and dropped a layup and another layup on the next possession.

Payne added a jumper with about a minute left to play in the quarter.

Lopez tipped off Giannis’s miss in the final 12 seconds of the quarter.

Hence the quarter ended 29-16 with the Bucks taking the lead over the Suns.

The Suns made a comeback in the second quarter.

The Bucks were 29-18 early in the second quarter as Cameron Payne dropped a three-pointer for the Suns.

Antetokounmpo then came up with a block on Ayton. Cameron Johnson knocked down a three-pointer on the next Suns’ possession.

Bobby Portis dropped a jumper and Booker answered back, knocking down a layup.

Bridges then added a bucket, dropping a layup on the next possession.

Chris Paul dropped a layup and tied the game with the  Bucks halfway into the quarter.

Subsequently, he added a bucket, dropping a jumper and the Suns extend the lead to five point.

Antetokounmpo answered back, knocking down a jumper. Chris Paul made a jump shot and the Suns were 43-38 with 1:51 remaining in the quarter.

Subsequently, Antetokounmpo dropped a fadeaway jumper and Ayton answered back dropping a hook shot on Paul’s alley-oop.

Booker made a shot but Giannis blocked Booker at the rim under a minute left to play in the quarter.

Chris Paul knocked down a jumper on the next Suns’ possession.

Eventually, the quarter ended 47-42 with the Suns taking 5-point lead into the third quarter.

The Bucks outscored the Suns in the third quarter.

Bridges drove straight to the rim for a left-handed bucket but Giannis blocked his shot.

Antetokounmpo dropped a jumper and also drew a foul in the process. He subsequently added a three-pointer on the next possession.

Ayton dropped a dunk on Paul’s pass on the other end. Booker added a jumper at the shot-clock buzzer.

Antetokounmpo grabbed his own offensive rebound and dropped a layup.

Crowder dropped a three-pointer on the other end and also drew a foul in the process.

Subsequently, Antetokounmpo dropped a jump shot. The Bucks were 62-61 with the Suns halfway into the quarter.

Brook Lopez came up with fierce dunk on the next possession that hyped the bench.

Paul dropped a jumper from free-throw line. Crowder then added a three-pointer, cutting the lead to 2-point.

Holiday then dropped a three-pointer at the shot-clock buzzer on Giannis’s pass.

Middleton added a bucket, dropping a jumper on the next possession.

Booker picked up the loose ball and came up with a layup in transition. He also found Frank Kavinsky for a dunk on the next possession.

Eventually, the quarter ended 77-77 with the game all tied up into the fourth quarter.

The Bucks take the win in the fourth quarter.

Both the teams tied at 79-79 early in the fourth quarter. Holiday then dropped a three-pointer giving the Bucks lead in the game.

Paul answered back dropping a floater and also drawing a foul in the process which tied the game once again.

However, the Bucks again took the lead. Giannis came up with a block on Paul and tipped off Middleton’s miss on the next possession.

Paul then dropped a step-back jumper on the other end. Booker drove to the rim for a jumper but Antetokounmpo came up with a block.

Portis then came up with a layup on the other end. Booker answered with a fadeaway jumper.

Middleton found Giannis for a dunk halfway into the quarter.

Eventually, the Suns trailed the Bucks by six-point as Crowder dropped a jumper.

Middleton answered back, knocking down a jumper. Antetokounmpo came up with a layup on the next possession.

Ayton answered, dropping a layup on the other end. Jrue Holiday found Antetokounmpo for one-handed jumper.

Booker then dropped a layup and the Suns cut the lead to four-point with a minute left to play in the quarter.

Middleton knocked down a jumper on the other end. The Suns missed many shots and finally Chris Paul dropped a layup.

Eventually, the game ended 105-98 with the Bucks taking the win.

Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks to win for the first time in fifty years.

He finished the game, scoring game-high 50 points and 14 rebounds double-double along with 2 assists and become the 1st player in NBA history with 40+ points, 10+ rebounds, and 5+ blocks in a Finals game.

In addition, he won the finals MVP for his performance in the series.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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