What time is the Milwaukee Bucks parade?
The "Bucks Victory Parade" starts about 11 a.m. on the eastern end of Wisconsin Avenue, and will culminate across the river from Fiserv Forum before a celebration at the Deer District. Here's everything you need to know about the Bucks parade, including route, start time, viewing area and parking restrictions. Milwaukee Journal SentinelWatch live: Bucks championship parade in downtown Milwaukee
What channel is the Bucks parade on?
The Milwaukee Bucks themselves will be livestreaming the event on its official website here. WMLW (Channel 7) in Milwaukee will air a two-hour window of parade coverage in the evening from 7 to 9 p.m. Milwaukee Journal SentinelWhere to watch the Milwaukee Bucks championship celebration parade on television (or streaming)
What is the Bucks parade route?
The parade began at the intersection of East Wisconsin Avenue and North Prospect Avenue and travel west on East Wisconsin Avenue before turning north onto North Water Street. From there, the route will continue on North Water Street to East Knapp Street before ending on East Knapp Street at the Milwaukee River. WISN MilwaukeeEverything you need to know for Bucks championship parade
22 July, 2021 - 10:00am
Giannis Antetokounmpo’s dominant outing in Game 6 of the NBA Finals captivated the entire sporting spectrum.
Antetokounmpo dropped 50 points, 14 rebounds, five blocks and two assists while making 17-of-19 free-throw attempts in the closeout game to win his first title.
The Phoenix Suns simply had no answer for Antetokounmpo’s strategy. At times, Antetokounmpo settled for jumpers, which is a rare weakness in his game, but he usually put his head down and made a move to the basket.
His superiority on both ends of the floor lifted him in the conversation as arguably the best basketball player in the world, along with Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant.
Durant, who suffered an Achilles injury two seasons ago that should’ve derailed his production, bounced back and is still the lethal, unstoppable offensive threat he has always been.
But in the eyes of Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson, LeBron James is still the king on the throne. However, if James doesn’t lead L.A. to a title next season, Antetokounmpo and Durant could make a run for the crown:
Watch out LeBron…KD and Giannis are right there coming for your throne👀
— Earvin Magic Johnson (@MagicJohnson) July 21, 2021
James, 36, is coming off a year mired with an ankle injury that prevented him from playing in 27 games and prompted him to say he never returned to 100% after coming back to the court.
The Lakers will need to build a stronger roster for next season to optimize the current title window open under James and Anthony Davis. The Lakers are slated to have over 10 free agents this offseason, so tough decisions will need to be made by the front office.
Los Angeles is reportedly interested in Russell Westbrook and Chris Paul, so if a player of that caliber lands in L.A., James will have the surrounding talent he needs to compete for his fifth championship — and remain on the throne.
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