NBA Final Game FMVP Giannis Antetokounmpo leads Milwaukee Bucks to make history
The Milwaukee Bucks won the championship again after 50 years! Today, the NBA Championship game returned to the Bucks’ home court. The Bucks were ready to win the championship at home with a three-game winning streak. Today, the two teams had a poor shooting rate in the first half, but the Bucks played a 29-16 offensive in the first quarter. But then the Sun counterattacked in the second quarter and entered the second half with a score of 47:42.
In the second half, Giannis Antetokounmpo continued to warm up his performance. Not only did his offense frequently hit the Suns restricted area, but also put considerable pressure on the Suns guards. In the final game, he scored 50 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists, and 5 blocks. His performance became one of the highest scoring records in the championship game, leading the Bucks to win the long-awaited championship! Antetokounmpo's outstanding performance in the championship game, scored more than 30 points in many consecutive games, some people even compared him with LeBron James when he was young, and even commented that he was better than LeBron James of the same year, and he won today. Champion, Antetokounmpo has reached the second "Mamba Challenge" given to him by Kobe Bryant that year.
History made by Giannis Antetokounmpo
※ After leading the Milwaukee Bucks to their first championship in 1971, they won the second place in team history after 50 years.
※ The 7th overall championship in history is 50 in a single game, and it is tied with Bob Pettit in 1958 for the highest score in the history of the championship.
※ In the second half, he scored 33 points. In the history of the championship, he was tied for second place with Elgin Baylor in 1962 and Michael Jordan in 1993. The top player was Jordan's 35 points in 1992.
※ In this game, Antetokounmpo accounted for 47.6% of the team's individual points. After 24 seconds, he was the fourth highest and third player in the championship game (only Baylor and Jordan ranked ahead of him).
※ The championship game averaged 35.2 points, 13.2 rebounds and 5 assists. The second championship in history averaged 30+10+5 players per game. The first was LeBron James in 2015 with 35.8 points, 13.3 rebounds and 8.8 assists, but he was the only one to exceed the field goal percentage. 60%.
※ The playoffs averaged 30.2 points, 12.8 rebounds and 5.1 assists per game, making him the fourth player in history to average 30+10+5 in a single playoff game.
※ The 11th championship in history has averaged 35+ points per game and the best shooting percentage in history with 61.8%.
※ Since the record, the player with the highest "GmSc value" in the history of the championship (31.9), this is the comprehensive value obtained after weighted calculation using the offensive and defensive data of the players on the court. The larger the value, the higher the contribution of the player on the court.
※ Completed the first in history to arrange FMVP, MVP, DPOY (defensive player of the year) and MIP (progressive player of the year) feat (the third FMVP/MVP/DPOY in history, the other two are Jordan and Olajuvan), Because of this, he was interviewed after the game and said with a smile that he wanted to go back to the past to win the rookie of the year, and hope to win the sixth man of the year at the end of his career.
※ A player who participated in the championship game for the first time in his career. He ranked third in scoring list (211 points), second only to famous Berry (Rick Barry, 245 points in 6 games) and Jerry West (218 points in 7 games).
※ The second player in the championship game who completed three times with at least 40 points and 10 rebounds in a single game. The first player was Shaquille O'Neal in 2000.
※ The second and third games completed at least 40 points and 10 rebounds in two consecutive games, the second in history, and the first place was O'Neill in 2000.
※ At least 30 points and 10 rebounds in a single game 12 times in the playoffs, tied with Baylor for second place in history, and O'Neill in 2000 (13 times) ranked first.
※ In the 14 consecutive games of the playoffs, the field goal percentage exceeded 50%, surpassing O'Neal's 13 times in 2006 (24-second timekeeping period/at least 10 shots per game), ranking first in history.
※ After 1974, the only player in the league with at least 50 points, 10 rebounds and 5 blocks in the championship game.
※ In the third game, 41 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists. After 2000, the fifth player in the championship game with at least 40 points, 10 rebounds and 5 blocks.
※ The championship game (the second and sixth game) has 20 points in a single quarter for the second time, which is the highest since Jordan (22 points) in 1994. The two opponents happened to be the Suns.
※ In the second game (42 points) and sixth game (50 points), the Bucks set a new record in the history of the championship in a single game.
※ In the fifth game, he joined forces with his teammates in the second quarter with 43 points, the second highest score in a single quarter in the history of the championship, second only to the 2017 Cavaliers with 49 points.
※ The fifth game also became the fifth player in the championship history to have at least 30 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 0 turnovers in a single game since the league calculated personal errors in 1977-78.
※ With Khris Middleton (Khris Middleton) became the only two playoff duo in history to accumulate 500 points and 100 assists. In 2012, James and Wade (Dwyane Wade) opened the record.
※ The newest member of the club with more than 40 points in the three championship games. Modern stars Jordan, O'Neill and James have each achieved their goals once in their careers. Jordan is the only one to achieve 4 games; among them, the "Greek Monster" is the only one for the first time. The championship completes the player.
Incidentally, Kobe Bryant scored 40 points in 7 championship games in his career, Kevin Durant scored 40 in 4 championship games, and Stephen Curry scored in 5 championship games in his career. 40 marks.
※ With his two brothers, they became the first three brothers to win the championship in NBA history (the second brother who belonged to the Bucks, and he became the first brother in history