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Look: Aaron Rodgers reacts to Bucks tying NBA Finals vs. Suns

Aaron Rodgers reacts to the Milwaukee Bucks tying the Phoenix Suns in the 2021 NBA Finals.

While his status with the Green Bay Packers remains in limbo, NFL MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers is in full support of the Eastern Conference champion Milwaukee Bucks these days.

Milwaukee was able to hold serve in Games 3 and 4 at Fiserv Forum over the Phoenix Suns in the 2021 NBA Finals. With the best-of-seven series all tied up at two games apiece, that is exactly what Rodgers tweeted out on Wednesday night to celebrate the Bucks’ incredible 109-103 victory over Phoenix. Does this tweet indicate Rodgers will be returning to the Packers later this summer?

Game 5 of the 2021 NBA Finals will tip off at Phoenix Suns Arena in Phoenix on Saturday night.

Aaron Rodgers reacts to Milwaukee Bucks tying Phoenix Suns in the NBA Finals

Had Rodgers tweeted out “Bucks in 6!”, that would have really been something. While things have certainly been better between him and the Packers organization, Rodgers has long been a staunch supporter of Bucks basketball upon his Wisconsin arrival in 2005. In fact, he has been a limited partner in the Bucks organization since April 2018. So of course, he is invested in their success.

So what can we glean from Rodgers’ latest tweet about the Bucks when it comes to his working relationship with the Packers? Probably not much. It is not everything, but it is something. Had Rodgers been quite throughout the Bucks’ best season of his lifetime when he is a limited partner in their ownership group, that would have been strange. It feels like he will return to Green Bay.

With the Bucks in the finals and the Brewers in first place, it is a great time to be a Milwaukee fan.

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