Bucks Win the Larry O’Brien Trophy For The First Time In 50 Years
By Kevin Bao
Giannis Antetoukoumpo put up 50 points, 14 rebounds and 5 blocks and the Milwaukee Bucks hoisted the Larry O’Brien Trophy at the end of 48 minutes. The Bucks had not won the NBA Finals for 50 years. And Giannis Brings it home with 50 points in Game 6 to eliminate Chris Paul and the Phoenix Suns. The Bucks started their celebration even before the buzzer sounded. The crowd at Fiserv Forum erupted when Mike Budenholzer called his second to last timeout to allow the Bucks to not get into the foul game that Phoenix was playing. Giannis was named MVP after the game and Milwaukee held its first Larry O’Brien Trophy in 50 long years. The next day the 2 time MVP woke up and got 50 Chick-fil-a Nuggets to celebrate his 50 point game that led to the Bucks hoisting the Larry O’Brien Trophy. The 18 year old that was drafted in the 2013 draft in the 1st round at pick number 15 did not disappoint 8 years later.