Bucks’ PJ Tucker: ‘We Ain’t Done Nothing Yet’

The Milwaukee Bucks won over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night, earning them a spot in the NBA Finals against the Phoenix Suns. 

While this is an extraordinary accomplishment, as Milwaukee hasn’t been since 1974. However, they’re still focused on the end goal with one series remaining.

Bucks’ forward PJ Tucker spoke to ESPN’s Malika Andrews and the media after their Game 6 series-clinching win in the Eastern Conference Finals, saying while some teams have champagne showers and celebrations when they earn a trip to the Finals, Milwaukee did not. 

“We ain’t done nothing yet,” Tucker said.

Game 1 of the NBA Finals will take place on Tuesday. With the status of Giannis Antetokounmpo is still in question, the Bucks will still be competitive against the Suns, making for an exciting series regardless.