The Bucks are NBA Champions, Giannis Cements His Legacy.

The Bucks won last night to finish off the Suns in a 4-2 series after being down 0-2 to start. This was an insane turn around for a team that looked like they may have been out of it from the start. Superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo had struggled all series shooting free throws but clutched up in game six going 17-19 from the line. A major difference in this team from last year to this year was the change from Jrue Holiday to Eric Bledsoe. Bledsoe is a good player do not get me wrong, but the upgrade to Holiday really got this team over the hump. Holiday played outstanding all season and brought another elite defender to a team that was already stacked defensively. The Bucks had to overcome the loss of Donte Divincenzo who had been one of their best shooters all season. Most people thought the series was over after the Suns took a commanding 2-0 lead, but the Greek freak never let his city down. He finally shut down the haters saying he wasn't a star, he needed to leave Milwaukee, or that he was a Robin to someone's Batman. The fact is he is only 26 years old and has already won a Championship, Two MVP's , Finals MVP and Defensive Player of the year and still has a lot of room to grow in his game. Giannis has not reached his prime yet and will be leading the Bucks on man more deep playoff runs in the near future.

Richard Jefferson with maybe one of the worst takes of all time has been shown how wrong he is with his criticism of the star forward. Giannis is a Super Star and will only get better in the next couple of years.


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