NBA Finals 2021

NBA Finals 2021: Sights and Sounds from Milwaukee Bucks' championship celebration

The Milwaukee Bucks did it.

50 years since their first title, they are crowned champions once again on the back of a legendary 50-point performance from Giannis Antetokounmpo in the 105-98 Game 6 win over the Phoenix Suns.

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The title had plenty of storylines for every player on the roster, each having their journey to lifting that trophy and it all begins with their superstar.

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Although the game came down to the final minute, the result was pretty safe. Over the course of the celebration, it was worth having a camera just on the newly crowned Finals MVP.

From going live on Instagram to talk to his brother Thanasis to distributing cigars in the locker room to celebrating with his mother to returning on the court vibing, Antetokounmpo's title celebration was a feeling. It's difficult to not be happy for the superstar.

This postseason, he's also evolved into the player who's postgame press conferences you don't miss. He put up another great one after adding an NBA title and Finals MVP to an already stacked resume.

Deer District

All through the postseason, the Bucks were rampantly supported just outside the arena in the 'Deer District' and there was no way, fans weren't going to show up on a potential title-clinching Game 6.

Just take a look at the reportedly 65,000 fans in attendance.

Trophy Presentation

Locker Room Celebration

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