The Milwaukee Bucks’ power forward, Giannis Antetokounmpo, is having the time of his life as the Bucks are thrashing their opponents in every game, seeming like an unstoppable locomotive.
The Bucks are riding a 15-game winning streak that has vaulted them to the top of the Western Conference. This unbelievable winning run was possible because of the effective, deadly, and passionate teamwork that the team demonstrated last night.
Being a member of this fearless team, Giannis is surely living his dream career in the NBA, and there’s no denying it.
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What did Giannis Antetokounmpo say?
After last night’s victory over the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center, the visiting team now has a 44-17 record, which indicates a whopping 72.1% winning percentile. It must be a thrilling feeling to look at the scores and stats as a team player.
The 28-year-old PF also felt the same way last night and didn’t waste the chance to express it.
“I just love the game of basketball, I have my family, my kids, my brothers, obviously, but it is not the same without basketball,” Giannis said in the postgame.
"I just love the game of basketball."@Giannis_An34 spoke with @ZoraStephenson after returning to the floor and scoring 33 points in the win over the Nets. #FearTheDeer | #NBA pic.twitter.com/WmduVC1r8W
— Bally Sports Wisconsin (@BallySportWI) March 1, 2023
After living in a challenging environment with a struggling family, it was not easy for the Greek Freak to let himself free from all fears and insecurities, even though his family supported every moment of his success unconditionally.
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From being considered an outsider as a child, Antetokounmpo scored 33 points last night with 13 rebounds and four assists, pushed his team to win from a 12-point deficit at the beginning of the first quarter.
Passes AD for the most 30/15 games this season. pic.twitter.com/ekXbPKRf9W
— StatMuse (@statmuse) March 1, 2023
The 7-footer is a prime contender for the NBA MVP with his consistent display of destructive play this season. In his 48 appearances, he scored an average of 31.2 points with 12 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game.
Tonight at the Fiserv Forum, the Bucks will take on the Orlando Magic. Will they keep their winning streak going? What do you think? Drop your predictions below.