Giannis Antetokounmpo's Free Throws From the Bus, P.J. Tucker's Speech & Other Top Moments From Milwaukee Bucks Championship Parade

The 2020-21 NBA Champions had one big party on Thursday. 

The Milwaukee Bucks RoDe Through downtown Milwaukee on double-decker buses with chants "Bucks in 6".

There was also a celebration in the deer district outside Fiserv Forum before thousands of fans. 

Here are all the best moments you need to know about, in case you missed out on the action!

P.J. Tucker gulps down Champagne and screams 'Milwaukee, we dogs!'

It is safe to say, nobody had more fun than P.J. Tucker. He soaked himself, everyone else, and even the Larry O'Brien Trophy in champagne.  Moreover, his speech was the highlight of it all as he chanted "Milwaukee, we dogs!"

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Bobby Portis with the WWE title belt

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Portis was seen sporting the custom-made WWE belt that the sports entertainment company made for the team. He held it high for fans to see while the bus made its way through downtown. People continued to chant "Bobby, Bobby!" and he even wore the belt upside-down so the "M" would represent Milwaukee.

Brook Lopez to Disney World?

Not only did Lopez compare the team to the Disney movie "The Mighty Ducks", but he also said he was taking the trophy to Splash Mountain.  And when he asked the crowd about his next destination, they screamed, "Disney World!"

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Brandon Jennings in the house!

He had to be at Game 6, as well as at the parade. Former Bucks' PG Brandon Jennings who famously coined the "Bucks in 6" phrase in 2013 had his own car in the parade. And he was loving every second of it.

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Giannis Shoots free Throw from a double-decker bus

A lot was spoken about Giannis Antetokounmpo's  free throw skills during the playoffs but in Game 6, he was just spectacular as he went 17 for 19. So, during the parade, he decided to show off his free throws and shot a basketball off the bus.

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Thanasis joins celebration despite COVID-19

Giannis' brother Thanasis could not be a part of the team's win on Tuesday on the court because of COVID-19 health and safety protocols. But not only did Giannis facetime his brother right after the won the championship, the Antetokounmpo brothers were able to celebrate it together at the parade.

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Singer Ben Tajnai returns

Ben Tajnai sang the national anthem in all of the Bucks' home NBA Finals games, including Game 6. He was dubbed their "good luck charm", so it made sense for him to be at the parade as well. He gave another beautiful performance of the Queen's "We Are The Champions" while confetti and streamers poured down on him.

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