Milwaukee Championship Parade a salute to Brandon Jennings, Bobby Portis and all Bucks

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Brandon Jennings was a highlight of the Bucks' title parade.

Brandon Jennings was a highlight of the Bucks’ title parade.
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Do you remember Brandon Jennings?

Jennings may have been the No. 1 high school basketball player in the country from the stacked class of 2008 which also included Jrue Holiday, Kemba Walker, DeMar DeRozan, Draymond Green and Tyreke Evans. At that time, Jennings also became a bit revolutionary. He signed to play at the University of Arizona but instead chose to play professionally in Italy with Lottomatica Roma of Italy’s Serie A, sign a deal worth $1.65 million for three years, and also inks a $2 million contract with Under Armour while abroad.

But Jennings’ most memorable seasons were spent with the Bucks, where he became the face of the 2009-13 Milwaukee basketball era, helping to come up with multiple playoff runs. He even came up with ‘Bucks in 6’.

His career was later marred by injuries, and he eventually returned to Milwaukee for the 2017-18 season before dropping out of the league before age 30. Lucky for him, he established the successful Tuff Crowd brand in 2018, and has returned triumphant today to be part of the Bucks’ 2021 championship parade celebration.

About 24 hours after creating a killer Chick-Fil-A order, NBA Finals MVP Giannis Antetokoumnpo did the interview and said all the good shit. More importantly, he mocked his own free throw routine.

Giannis’ brother Thanasis only celebrated because he’s stuck in NBA health and safety protocol and going crazy in the front seat of an extremely clean-looking vehicle.


In comfortable-looking shorts, PJ Tucker said the word “dogs” eight times in the space of 30 seconds, then took a huge and inefficient but admirable gulp of champagne.

Tucker then handed the title to Jrue Holiday, who was seemingly taken aback by all the champagne splattered on the trophy. Tucker wiped it with his champagne-stained shirt. Work with what you’ve got, homie.

And who better to hold onto the WWE title than People’s Champion Bobby Portis, who is here to remind you, along with his mother, that you can’t take anything from him. In the video, Portis’ mother, Tina Edwards, almost seems to be telling her son not to leave Milwaukee…

“Words can’t describe it,” she said of Bucks fans constantly yelling “Bobby! Bobby!” at different times of the season. “For once, for me to be in the gym, and for them to do it, it’s unreal. They love him here, they really love him here.”

And if you watch to the end, you’ll see Khris Middleton taking a sip from a large gold bottle. One of many. Well deserved.


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