Bakhtiari, this time, had a little surprise when was called on to rally up the crowd – his father. After Bakhtiari finished with his beer, his dad, Karl, joined in on the fun.
The fans at Fiserv Forum were rocking as Milwaukee won its first NBA Finals game since 1974, 120-100.
Bakhtiari did the same thing in the Eastern Conference Finals when the Bucks took on the Atlanta Hawks.
Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 41 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. He added six assists as well. It was the second straight game Antetokounmpo scored at least 40 points.
Antetokounmpo became the third player in NBA Finals history with “a 40-point double-double in back-to-back games,” according to ESPN Stats & Info. He joins LeBron James, who did it in 2016, and Shaquille O’Neal, who did it in 2000.