Bucks’ huge NBA Finals decision ahead of potential championship win
The Milwaukee Bucks are one win away from lifting the Larry O’Brien trophy, and they have a good chance to do so in front of their home fans on Tuesday in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Ahead of the potentially trophy-clinching moment at Fiserv Forum, the Bucks have made a huge decision to make sure they are ready to celebrate. According to the latest report, the team is expanding the capacity of the so-called Deer District outside the arena to be able to accommodate 65,000 fans for the watch party.
The Milwaukee Bucks have expanded the Deer District to allow up to 65,000 fans to attend tomorrow night.
That's almost 4x the capacity of their arena. pic.twitter.com/IficgTt34v
— Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) July 19, 2021
Milwaukee Bucks are expanding the Deer District today to fit a estimated 65,000 fans. This area is being used to add a stage and more big screens. Workers are out today setting up for the big Game 6. @tmj4 #fearthedeer #bucks #nba #finals #gobucks #mke #milwaukee pic.twitter.com/wrhhqIkmCr
— Gideon WVW (@GidTruth) July 19, 2021
This is no way meant to disrespect the Phoenix Suns, who will surely go all-out in the contest to keep their hopes alive, force a Game 7 and bring the fight at home. However, the Bucks have every reason to prepare for what could be the biggest moment in the city since 1971.
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They also need all the support they can get to close the series out and not risk it all on the road. The Bucks can certainly use the crowd and the whole fan base to rally them on and make life hard for the visitors.
Giannis Antetokounmpo and Co. have won three straight games after falling 2-0 in the series. With that said, the momentum is clearly on their side. The team and everyone in Milwaukee are hoping that will also be the case on Tuesday night.