The Milwaukee Bucks are one win away from their first NBA championship in 50 years and Giannis Antikonmo It turns out as a pillar of the comeback that after 5 games, the Bucks are up 3-2 in their best of seven game series against the Phoenix Suns, after Saturday’s 123-119 win.
What ‘The Greek Freak’ did in these finals was reach historic levels, in other words, brutal.
The two-time League Player of the Year is now the fourth player to average 30 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists and 60% shooting in a 5-game period during the post-season, joining Hall of Fame-caliber players like Tim Duncan . and Charles Barkley and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; Keep in mind Giannis is the first to do so in the NBA Finals, according to research from ESPN Stats & Info.
In Game 5, Giannis posted his thirteenth game in a row shooting 50 percent of the field this post-season, tying Shaquille O’Neal, who did so in 2006 for what is the longest streak in the hour era. Shot (since 1955).
It’s no surprise that a few days ago, in Las Vegas, they put the Bucks All-Star in front as the best player to win the MVP award in these finals.
The Bucks ’34’ is clearly not alone, he has two of his minions on the ground supporting the Bucks in attack and defense.
Antetokounmpo, junto con Jrue holiday s Khris Middleton They are the fifth trio in NBA Finals history with 25 points and 50% of shots per game, and they’re the first to do so since then. James Worthyand Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Magic Johnson in 1985.
Ahead of the 2021 finals, few people would have thought the Bucks would be close to winning Larry O’Brien’s Cup lift, and the Suns had started as the favorites, but the moment belongs to the Bucks, who are supposed to win Tuesday’s Game Six. They will become the second team in NBA Playoffe history to win multiple series in the same post-season after losing their series 2-0. The Bucks also trailed the Brooklyn Nets 2-0.
The best thing is that Tuesday will be known if history has a place for the brutal Bucks of Antetokounmpo and company…