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    The folks in Milwaukee are honoring Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo and they finally finished a mural in their downtown. Giannis Antetokounmpo might already be a legend in Milwaukee and it appears as if the Milwaukee Bucks star is certainly loved by the good folks within the city. Finally, an absurdly large mural of the Milwaukee star has been completed. This painting is absolutely gigantic, but the monumentally-large mural definitely honors a dominant player who has been great for the Bucks. And it seems appropriate that Antetokounmpo would have a remarkable and absurdly large mural right in the midst of the city that he helped bring a championship to. Check this thing out. It’s Gameday and this mural of #Bucks Giannis Antetokounmpo is amazing. pic.twitter.com/hPQYUlY7pP — Lily Zhao (@LilySZhao) May 9, 2022 Just ridiculous and magnificent and pretty fantastic, all things considered.Giannis Antetokounmpo mural in Milwaukee is finally finishedOf course, Bucks fans love it, as they should. The green looks amazing! — Joynation of House Bucks (@siliconred) May 9, 2022 Awesome ???? — Sonia Avila Bevier (@AvilaBevier) May 9, 2022...
    Getty Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving share a laugh courtside at Barclays Center last season. Kyrie Irving wasn’t mentioned on the TNT broadcast of Brooklyn’s season opener against the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday until there were five minutes left in the second quarter, according to Nets Daily. But his presence on the floor was missed immediately by the Nets. Irving’s ability to create, his scoring prowess, his penchant for big buckets – all of it was missed by the Nets, who fell to the reigning champs 127-104 just about four months after the Bucks defeated the Nets in Game 7 of their second-round playoff series. Leave it to Kevin Durant to give a sublte shoutout to his missing friend and teammate. The Nets star and 2014 NBA MVP wore a version of his KD14s that were inspired by the “Dream” Kyrie 1s, according to Nick DePaula of ESPN. DePaula called it K.D.’s way of giving a subtle shoutout to Kyrie. Kevin Durant’s opening night KD14s inspired by the “Dream” Kyrie 1s. (h/t @NickDePaula) pic.twitter.com/aJ66NzG7FR — Boardroom (@boardroom) October...
    The Milwaukee Bucks received their NBA Championship rings from last season prior to their first game of the new year and they are truly mind-blowing.  A culmination of the work Giannis Antetokounmpo and his team has put in, the Milwaukee Bucks captured just their second NBA Championship in franchise history last year. So as the team prepared for their title defense beginning on Tuesday against the Nets, they were able to get their jewelry. The Bucks NBA Championship rings were handed out on Tuesday night at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee ahead of the first game of the 2021-22 season in a nice ceremony. And if you think you’ve had your mind blown by the details of championship rings before, you haven’t seen anything yet. 2021 Championship Ring. ???? @JewelersMutual pic.twitter.com/O30OcMaHXq — Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) October 19, 2021 Bucks NBA Championship rings have incredible details, features Obviously, the diamonds and the work put into the rings is impressive. But the details of the rings are just absurdly cool. For starters, the fact that the top of the ring comes off...
    Getty Brooklyn's Kevin Durant and Milwaukee's P.J. Tucker exchange words during the second half of Game 3 of the Eastern Conference second-round playoff series at the Fiserv Forum on June 10, 2021 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Last year many expected to see the beginning of the NBA’s next big rivalry between the Brooklyn Nets and the Los Angeles Lakers as the teams had the NBA’s most star-studded squads. But the Nets’ biggest rival ended up being in their own conference. That rival being Giannis Antetokounmpo and the defending NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks. The Bucks eliminated the Nets in the Eastern Conference Semifinals en route to their first NBA title since 1971. On October 8, the Bucks will return to Barclays Center for the first time since eliminating the Nets in Game 7. “Scary Hours” has long been the phrase coined to define the Nets “Big 3” of James Harden, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Durant. But as the Bucks prepare to return to Barclays Center as the defending champions, they are insisting that the real “scary hours” reside in Milwaukee...
    Chrissy Teigen Cries While Thanking Fans for Most Amazing Letters About Pregnancy Loss AT&T Tops Earnings Estimates on Surging Subscriber Growth Giannis Antetokounmpo celebrated all night and then the next morning ordered a “50 piece” chicken mini at Chik-Fil-A to commemorate his 50-point, championship performance in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Amazing Device Lights Up Dark Countertops and Fixes Dark Kitchens Ad Microsoft Most Comfortable Shoes: "These Shoes Are Like Walking On Clouds" Ad Microsoft Need Cash? How to Access Your Home's Equity Ad Microsoft ...
    Giannis Antetokounmpo celebrated winning the NBA Finals in style, ordering 50 chicken nuggets from Chick-fil-A while on Instagram Live.  Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo is sitting on top of the world right now. After helping lead the Bucks to their first NBA Finals title since 1971, Antetokounmpo is a living legend across the city. So, how is the man celebrating? By returning to his native Greece to enjoy the lovely beaches of Mykonos? Perhaps heading to Disneyland like everyone else who wins a championship? Nope, instead, Antetokounmpo decided to head to his local Chick-fil-A and buy 50 chicken nuggets. No, we’re not making this up. Giannis currently on IG live with his trophies ordering 50 chicken nuggets at the Chick-fil-A drive thru lmao pic.twitter.com/ACL8kUiYNs — Courtney Beyer (@courtebeyer) July 21, 2021 Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo buying 50 nuggets after winning the Finals is goldThis is simply awesome. It also shows how down to earth Antetokounmpo is. He doesn’t need a five-star restaurant to make him feel good. If The Greek Freak wants some chicken nuggets, then he’s going to...
    More On: nba finals 2021 Is it possible to root against Giannis Antetokounmpo? NBA bettors see the light when it comes to Suns’ weaknesses Suns picked worst time for first real playoff adversity Giannis relishes chance to win NBA title this way Milwaukee is staring at an NBA Finals Game 6 clincher at Fiserv Forum, all but tasting its first title in a half century. Phoenix is facing its first elimination game of this postseason. The Bucks are preaching focus. The Suns are professing desperation. And whichever one prevails will determine whether Thursday they’ll be looking at a parade in Milwaukee or a winner-take-all Game 7 in Arizona. “Our group knows what’s at stake. We know what’s on the line. So there’s no shortcutting it,” Suns star Devin Booker said. “We’re in it right now and we have to figure it out, and we have to get it done.” Booker is coming off consecutive 40-point games, but three straight Phoenix losses as Milwaukee let him feast while staying home defensively on the rest of the Suns. The result is...
    Aaron Rodgers reacts to the Milwaukee Bucks tying the Phoenix Suns in the 2021 NBA Finals. While his status with the Green Bay Packers remains in limbo, NFL MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers is in full support of the Eastern Conference champion Milwaukee Bucks these days. Milwaukee was able to hold serve in Games 3 and 4 at Fiserv Forum over the Phoenix Suns in the 2021 NBA Finals. With the best-of-seven series all tied up at two games apiece, that is exactly what Rodgers tweeted out on Wednesday night to celebrate the Bucks’ incredible 109-103 victory over Phoenix. Does this tweet indicate Rodgers will be returning to the Packers later this summer? Game 5 of the 2021 NBA Finals will tip off at Phoenix Suns Arena in Phoenix on Saturday night. 2-2. # — Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) July 15, 2021 Aaron Rodgers reacts to Milwaukee Bucks tying Phoenix Suns in the NBA FinalsHad Rodgers tweeted out “Bucks in 6!”, that would have really been something. While things have certainly been better between him and the Packers organization, Rodgers has long...
    Milwaukee Bucks legends Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson were among those in attendance for Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Bucks and Suns. It’s been 50 seasons since Milwaukee was last crowned NBA champions. Among the key players who delivered on that 1970-71 Bucks team were Hall of Famers Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson. The Milwaukee legends made an appearance along with their old teammate and former Milwaukee All-Star John McGlocklin at Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Suns and Bucks on Wednesday.Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Oscar Roberston won the Bucks only NBA title in 1971Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Oscar Robertson and Jon McGlocklin, who helped lead the @Bucks to the 1971 NBA Championship, are in the building for Game 4! #ThatsGame #NBAFinals on ABC pic.twitter.com/KSjJC123Uq — NBA (@NBA) July 15, 2021 Both Abdul-Jabbar and Robertson put up big performances in their Finals series against the Baltimore Bullets. In a four-game sweep, Adbul-Jabbar averaged 27 points, 18.5 rebounds, and 2.8 assists in 42 minutes. Meanwhile, Robertson averaged 23.5 points, five rebounds, and 9.5 assists in 41 minutes during that...
    A Phoenix Suns fan at Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Milwaukee Bucks wore a Penny Hardaway and NBA Twitter was all about it. Game 2 of the NBA Finals between the Suns and Bucks featured another juicy matchup between NBA stars like Giannis Antetokounmpo, Devin Booker and Chris Paul. Unfortunately, the partnership didn’t exactly work out. He struggled with injuries and didn’t get along with Jason Kidd while averaging 12.4 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4.2 assists for the team before they also traded him in 2004. The deal with the Knicks sent Hardaway, Stephon Marbury and Cezary Trybanski to the Knicks for Howard Eisley, Maciej Lampe, Antonio McDyess, Charlie Ward, Milos Vujanic and two first-round picks. Those names may not mean much to most, but the cap room gained allowed the Suns to pick up Steve Nash. So it made quite a difference in the end. Hardaway retired in 2006 before coming back for one last go-around with Miami in 2007-08. His stint with the Heat came just a few years too early to benefit from the...
    Got $8 million bucks lying around? If so, there are several Bucks County homes in your budget. Of the more than 1,000 listings in the area on Zillow, the most expensive located in New Hope is marked at $7,995,900 million. Here are the top 10 most expensive in the area. 1. New Hope, $7,995,900 million: 6 beds,10 baths,19,037 square feet New Hope, PARE/MAX ELITENew Hope, PARE/MAX ELITE2. Buckingham, $7,995,000 million: 11 beds, 9 baths, 8,601 square feet Buckingham, PAKurfiss Sotheby's International RealtyBuckinghamKurfiss Sotheby's International Realty3. Newtown, $6.4 million: 6 beds, 10 baths, 13,857 square feet Newtown, PAJay Spaziano Real EstateNewtown, PAJay Spaziano Real Estate4. New Hope, $5,995,000 million: 6 beds, 9 baths, 11,083 square feet New Hope, PAJay Spaziano Real EstateNew Hope, PAJay Spaziano Real Estate5. New Hope, $5,895,000 million: 4 beds, 5 baths, 8,835 square feet New Hope, PABHHS Fox & RoachNew Hope, PABHHS Fox & Roach6. Newtown, $5,650,000 million: 5 beds, 5 baths, 4,500 square feet Newtown, PAAddison Wolfe Real EstateNewtown, PAAddison Wolfe Real Estate7. Newtown, $5,200,000 million: 6 beds, 8 baths, 10,500 square feet Newtown, PAJay Spaziano Real EstateNewtown, PAJay Spaziano Real...
    United Airlines set to hire 25,000 by 2026 after massive jetliner order Walmart to launch lower-priced insulin offering savings of up to 75% In 2019 and 2020, the Milwaukee Bucks blew No. 1 seeds. They failed to make the NBA Finals, losing in different but equally disappointing ways.  In most of the few decades before that, the Bucks just weren't very good. Playoff disappointments were an upgrade, because plenty of years before Giannis Antetokounmpo arrived the Bucks weren't even making the playoffs.  Game 3 against the Atlanta Hawks was the type of game the Bucks haven't won too often over the years. It was another breakthrough. Heading into Game 4, the Bucks are 6.5-point favorites at BetMGM. Milwaukee is an eye-popping -1600 to win the series. They're -110 to win a championship.  Of course, Trae Young's injury affected Game 3 and it's affecting the Game 4 line. Young is a star who has gone to another level in the playoffs, but the trajectory of the series changed when he stepped on an official's foot and suffered a bone bruise....
    Getty Kevin Durant celebrates a narrow Game 5 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. Kevin Durant was a grown man in Game 5 against the Milwaukee Bucks. After trailing by as many as 17 points in the second half Durant decided that playtime was over and he entered virtuoso mode. KD led the Nets all the way back to secure a 114-108 victory and regain the lead in the series. The Nets will have a chance to close out the series when they take on the Bucks in Milwaukee in Game 6 on Thursday. The latest Nets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Nets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Nets! NBA Stars Were in Awe of Kevin DurantDurant had a performance for the ages in Game 5 and did so by playing all 48 minutes of the game. The two-time NBA Finals MVP finished with 49 points, 17 rebounds, and 10 assists. Durant is the lone NBA player to have at least 45 points, 15 rebounds, and 10 assists in a playoff game. KD’s performance...
    Getty Images LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers drives to the basket against Kyrie Irving of the Brooklyn Nets. The ghosts of the Brooklyn Nets past have come back to haunt them in their Eastern Conference Semifinals matchup with the Milwaukee Bucks. The team’s misfortunes began just 43 seconds into the 1st quarter of Game 1 of the series. Nets All-Star James Harden reaggravated his right hamstring that has been bothering him all season during the Nets opening possession. Harden has yet to play again in this series and does not have a timetable for when he can return. In Game 4 against the Bucks, the Nets took a huge blow to their championship hopes. With 5:52 remaining in the first half, Nets’ All-Star Kyrie Irving went up for a layup and came down on Giannis Antetokounmpo’s left foot. Irving rolled his ankle badly and was clearly hurt as he was on  the ground crying out in pain. Kyrie was able to walk to the locker room with his own strength. His x-rays did come back clean...
    Getty Blake Griffin of the Nets sizes up Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks. Possibly the biggest surprise of the Brooklyn Nets‘ Game 1 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks was the welcome back to reality party for Nets 6-time All-Star Blake Griffin. Griffin who was acquired by the Nets in March after he reached a buyout agreement with the Detroit Pistons had a vintage performance of 18 points and 14 rebounds in Game 1. The former Slam Dunk champion is just happy to be back playing on the NBA’s biggest stage. “For two years, I didn’t hear much positivity, and probably rightfully so,” Griffin said to reporters after Game 1 per SNY. “But it’s pretty crazy how quickly it happens, so I’m thankful for this chance and the opportunity.” Blake Griffin on getting a standing ovation at Barclays: "For two years, I didn't hear much positivity, and probably rightfully so. But it's pretty crazy how quickly it happens, so I'm thankful for this chance and the opportunity." pic.twitter.com/wr8FZXSFXI — Nets Videos (@SNYNets) June 6, 2021 The latest...
    More from: Mike Vaccaro Nets couldnt avoid painful James Harden reality Nets arent bringing Knicks fans along for this playoff ride Knicks must make big push for Damian Lillard if hes available The Knicks real work begins now Knicks suddenly facing a long summer There is a chance this all falls under the umbrella of the old chicken-or-the-egg theory. Are the Bucks making the Nets defense look like the ’85 Bears? Are the Nets making the Bucks’ offense look like the last-place team in your town’s 8-and-under rec league? Probably a little of both. The Bucks look awful. Worse: they look done. They look frustrated, flummoxed, puzzled, perplexed. They don’t look like they belong in the same area code as the Nets, let alone on the same court. Game 1 was a schooling. Game 2 — Nets 125, Bucks 86 — was a trip to the woodshed. If not the wood chipper. And, sure, the Bucks missed their share of good, open looks early. But it is worth remembering that the one thing the rest of the NBA was...
    More On: brooklyn nets ‘Elite’ Bucks guard could be handful for Nets Why Kevin Durant loving this Bucks matchup Former Nets star now ‘one of the wild cards’ for Bucks James Harden has made dramatic Nets transformation The Nets and Bucks will meet in a playoff series for the fourth time, starting Saturday night at Barclays Center. Here is a look at the first three times the two met in the postseason: 2003, first round: Nets win 4-2 The second-seeded Nets of Jason Kidd, Kenyon Martin and Richard Jefferson had a tougher series than expected. After dropping Game 2 at home when Gary Payton went off for 22 points and seven assists, the Nets needed a Rodney Rogers jumper in the final seconds of Game 3 to avoid falling behind in the series. They took command in Game 5 behind a combined 58 points from Kidd and Martin and reached the NBA Finals — in which the Nets lost to the Spurs in six games — for the second straight season. 1986, first round: Bucks win 3-0 The Don...
    Jana Kramer Praises Kids for Bringing Light to Her Life Amid Divorce From Mike Caussin Francisco Partners, TPG Agree to Buy Dell’s Boomi for $4 Billion If Sunday's a sign of things to come, then bring on a Bucks-Nets playoff series.  Milwaukee and Brooklyn put on a show on Sunday on the shoulders of monster efforts from the biggest stars on the court. Giannis Antetokounmpo's Bucks edged Kevin Durant's Nets, 117-114 when a tough last-second 3-point heave from Durant missed the mark. KD misses the potential game-tying 3 pic.twitter.com/qTUx4475Hi— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) May 2, 2021 Giannis drops season high on Nets, gets big block on KD The miss concluded a back-and-forth battle between the dueling superstars that saw Antetokounmpo gain a slight edge in the box score in addition to he scoreboard. Milwaukee's reigning league MVP poured in a season-high 49 points to go with eight rebounds, seven assists and three blocks. He was electric from the field, connecting on 21-of-36 (58.3%) shots including a 4-of-8 effort from 3-point distance.  One of those blocks turned back a seemingly unblockable...
    The Phoenix Suns defeated the Milwaukee Bucks in overtime on Monday on a deflating foul call. Monday night featured a potential NBA Finals matchup between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Phoenix Suns. It is a shame that such a game that reached overtime ended in anticlimactic fashion. With the game tied at 127 points a piece in the waning seconds of overtime, Suns guard Devin Booker let off a shot while double covered by Jrue Holiday and P.J. Tucker that missed the basket. The thing is, the referees called Tucker for the foul with 0.3 seconds on the board. Booker stepped to the charity stripe, nailed the first free throw, intentionally missed the second, and won the game for the Suns, 128-127. We will let you decide whether you believe Tucker was rightfully or wrongfully called for the foul that decided the game. Foul…Game! pic.twitter.com/L5UeYOvlhd — Bally Sports Arizona (@BallySportSAZ) April 20, 2021 Suns narrowly defeat Bucks in overtime on deflating foul callWhile Bucks fans are furious over the ending of the game due to the call, Suns fans may...
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