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Watch Deer District explode the moment Bucks won NBA Finals (Video)


Milwaukee Bucks fans waited 50 years for their team to win a second NBA Championship. When the moment finally came, it could not have been any sweeter.

“And that’ll do it. It’s over. The Bucks have done it. After a half-century, the Milwaukee Bucks are NBA Champions once again!”

Milwaukee Bucks fans waited a long time to hear ABC’s Mike Breen utter those words at the end of Game 6 on Tuesday night.

65,000 strong went into an absolutely frenzy outside Fiserv Forum. Watch the Deer District erupt as the clock ticked down and the Bucks won the 2021 NBA Finals.

Finals MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks to a 105-98 victory with the biggest game of his young career. Antetokounmpo scored a career playoff-best 50 points on 16-of-25 shooting and pulled down a game-high 14 rebounds. It’s an iconic performance even amongst the illustrious history of the NBA Finals. The two-time NBA MVP is just the seventh player in NBA history to notch a 50 point game in the Finals.

65,000+ celebrate Bucks NBA Championship at the Deer District

It’s hard enough to win an NBA title, but to do so in front of your home fanbase is extra special. Milwaukee will be celebrating this one for years to come.

The Bucks and the City of Milwaukee expanded the capacity of Deer District to 65,000 people in anticipation of tonight’s victory. Those who joined the crowd outside Fiserv Forum can now say they were there to witness history. The euphoria of winning a title is unmatched for a sports fan.

We hope Milwaukeeans savor every moment of the celebrations. Enjoy your night, Bucks fans!



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