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Sporting News provided live updates and highlights from Game 1 the 2021 NBA Finals. Check out all the highlights you missed right here. MORE: Watch the NBA Finals live with fuboTV (7-day trial) Suns vs. Bucks score Game 1 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final Suns 30 27 35 26 118 Bucks 26 23 27 29 105 Suns vs. Bucks live updates, highlights from Game 1 (All times Eastern) Final: Suns 118, Bucks 105 11:20 p.m. — Chris Paul hits the brakes hard, and Giannis Antetokounmpo has no chance. Not looking great for the Bucks here. CP3 attacks, puts on the brakes and finishes through the contact... he's got 32!#NBAFinals on ABC pic.
Giannis Antetokounmpo is keeping the party going on Wednesday morning after winning Finals MVP.
Giannis Antetokounmpoon Tuesday night and the Bucks' star kept the party rolling into Wednesday morning.
Antetokounmpo rolled up to a Milwaukee-area Chick-fil-A with the Larry O'Brien Trophy in tow and broadcast his order live on Instagram. After scoring 50 points in the Finals clincher on Tuesday, his order at the popular fast-food chain was a fitting one.
Giannis Antetokounmpo jokingly channels inner Marshawn Lynch at press conference
"I'm just here so I won't get fined."When he sat down for his media day interviews on Saturday, he looked very serious and did his best Marshawn Lynch impression, “I’m just here so I won’t get fined.” Then Antetokounmpo cracked up.
"Can I have please a 50-piece minis?" Antetokounmpo asked the Chick-fil-A waitress. "50 exactly. Not 51, not 49. ... And let me have a large drink, no ice, half sprite, half lemonade."
Antetokounmpo's antics didn't stop with his breakfast order. He started a "Bucks in 6" chant as he went through the drive-thru line, and he celebrated with fans that ran up to his car. Antetokounmpo is arguably theand his championship celebration might be the most earnest.
We'll see if Antetokounmpo is able to get any rest before theon Thursday. Until then, Antetokounmpo will enjoy a well-earned victory meal after one of the best Finals performances in recent memory.
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The Phoenix Suns began the NBA Finals doing what they were supposed to do in taking care of home and heading to Milwaukee up 2-0. Before the Bucks’ 105-98 Game 6 victory on Tuesday to win their first NBA title in 50 years, there was a stat circulating that if Paul and the Suns felt short, he would be the first player to lose four best-of-seven series after his team was up 2-0. It takes away from the defensive adjustments made by Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer after Game 2. It takes away from the timely daggers Khris Middleton delivered on. Looking solely at Paul’s numbers against the Bucks, he performed in star fashion: 21.8 points per game, 8.2 assists per game, 54.