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ABC play-by-play commentator Mike Breen said it best: "It's over, the Bucks have done it! The long wait has ended after a half-century. The Milwaukee Bucks are NBA champions once again!"

Giannis Antetokounmpo's performance in Game 6 of the NBA Finals last night was something purely majestic. After falling down two games in a row to the Phoenix Suns to commence the 2021 NBA Finals, it looked dire for the Bucks from Milwaukee. But all they needed was for the Greek Freak to emerge, and the rest was history.

Athletes and celebrities across all arenas took to social media yesterday to commemorate Finals MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo's 50 point championship winning spectacle and the Milwaukee Buck's first Finals win since 1971.

LeBron James

The King himself, LeBron James, a four-time NBA Champion, and four-time Finals MVP saluted Giannis for his iconic performance. James' Los Angeles Lakers were eliminated in the playoffs by the Phoenix Suns in the first round. However, LeBron has kept busy since his season ended, focusing on the recent release of his new movie: Space Jam: A New Legacy

Paris Saint-Germain Football Club

Team Europe represent! Paris' club football team, P.S.G., took to Twitter to shoutout Giannis and the team's first championship in 50 years.

Sheryl Crow

Surprising enough, pop-country singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow is a Milwaukee Bucks fan! Inspired by her son's enthusiasm, she reminded everyone last night to fear the deer!

Aaron Rodgers

As a fellow star athlete in the state of Wisconsin, Aaron Rodgers knows the Buck's Finals win is something special. "Crown em," he tweeted. It is still unclear whether or not Rodgers will stay in Green Bay, Wisconsin for the upcoming NFL season.

Dave Portnoy

Barstool Sports President Dave Portnoy shared his enthusiasm for Giannis and the Buck's title win over Twitter. "It's nice to see a home-grown team," Portnoy said. "Likable team, likable city."

President Joe Biden

Fresh off hosting the Super Bowl-winning Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the White House yesterday, President Joe Biden is now extending an invitation to the Milwaukee Bucks, as they have made the city and him "proud."

Shaquille O'Neal

Shaquille O'neal knows a thing or two about winning NBA Titles and Finals MVP awards. As a fellow big man, Shaq shared his excitement for the "olde school bully" on Instagram.

Magnus Carlsen

Even the World Chess Champion and #1 ranked Chess player in the world Magnus Carlsen shouted out Antetokounmpo from one champion to another.

Triple H

The belt is going to Milwaukee! 14-time WWE World Champion, Triple H took to Twitter to announce that the Milwaukee Bucks are the Heavyweight Champions of the World!

Christian Yelich

The city of Milwaukee has produced a handful of superstar athletes in recent years, and Major League Baseball player Christian Yelich is one of them. In 2018, Yelich won the National League MVP award, and right before the coronavirus pandemic ravaged the country, the MLB star signed a 9-year, $215 million contract, securing his stay and future in the Cream City.

Julian Edelman

From one national champion to another, New England Patriots Wide Receiver Julian Edelman re-tweeted Giannis' promise 7 years ago to build a championship-level team in Milwaukee. "Nothing but respect for this kid," Edelman wrote.

Molly Qerim Rose

You already know Molly Qerim Rose, Stephen A. Smith, and Max Kellerman are going to be dissecting every minute of the NBA Finals all week! Rose, the host of First Take, publicly congratulated Giannis and the Bucks for their historic victory.

Leroy Butler

After helping bring Green Bay a Super Bowl victory in 1996, NFL safety Leroy Butler knows what a national crown means to Wisconsin. He took to Twitter to thank Giannis for staying in Milwaukee and delivering glory to America's Dairyland!

Congratulations to the Milwaukee Bucks and Giannis Antetokounmpo!

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