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The internet reacts to the Bucks clinching their first NBA finals since 1974!

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In game 6 of the eastern conference finals, the Milwaukee Bucks have defeated the Atlanta Hawks 118 to 107 and have clinched their first NBA finals in 47 years.

The Bucks were lead by Khris Middleton and Jrue Holiday who combined 59 points and managed to secure the finals without their best player, Giannis Antetokounmpo. On the other hand, the Hawks were lead by Bogdanovic and Reddish, while Young was no where to be found, as it was apparent that he was playing hurt and wasn't on his one hundred percent. Here's what the internet had to say about the game.

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