For the first time since 1974…..47 years…the Milwaukee Bucks are heading to the NBA Finals!!!! I’ve been waiting my whole life to say this!!!
The Milwaukee Bucks won Game 6 in Atlanta 118-107 to win the series in six! The prophecy is fulfilled!
We need to have a Brandon Jennings night during one of the games in Milwaukee during the NBA Finals!
Khris Middleton had a horrific first half and below average fourth quarter. But he came up in a big way in the third quarter to give the Bucks some separation.
I’m hoping I don’t have to hear about the Bogdan Bogdanovic trade mishap ever again.
The city of Milwaukee was in danger of losing the Bucks due to relocation in 2015 (although the clock started ticking in 2013) if the franchise didn’t have a plan and get the ball moving on a new stadium in Milwaukee. Fast forward six years and the Bucks are in the NBA Finals.
I can’t believe it. Someone pinch me, I must be dreaming!
To all of us Bucks fans that have been through this team at the lowest of the lows (like in 2013-14), I am so happy for all of us! But the job isn’t finished!
Sorry that I’m not sorry that everyone from ESPN now has to come to the great city Milwaukee.
Even though he didn’t play the last two games, I couldn’t be happier for Giannis Antetokounmpo that the Bucks are headed to the Finals. He chose to sign the super-max and win a title on his own, rather than pulling a Kevin Durant and Lebron James and bailing on a small market team to build a super team.
Giannis Antetokounmpo was told he needed to leave Milwaukee to win.
Devin Booker was told he needed to leave Phoenix to win.
Can’t beat loyalty, which has been lost in professional sports.
The Milwaukee Bucks, making their first finals appearance since 1974, will take on the Phoenix Suns (first appearance since 1993) in the NBA Finals.
The Phoenix Suns have home court advantage.
Here’s the series schedule (all times are Central Time):