The Milwaukee Bucks are getting the hype lately since Giannis Antetokounmpo has come to form. Playing alongside former MVP players f such calibre has eased down Jrue Holiday’s position at the Milwaukee Bucks. Jrue Holiday seems to enjoy playing alongside the Greek freak now. It is not the first instance that Jrue Holiday is around players of such potential. Previously he played with Anthony Davis at the New Orleans Pelicans as well. Now Jrue Holiday is along the 2 time MVP and revealed his choice of better player among the both.
Since eight years Jrue Holiday has been among the players of quality potential. At the Pelicans, Jrue Holiday had found himself on the bench more often. But his valuable time off the bench were motivational. After Jrue Holiday moved to Bucks, things have been different for him. He is dropping huge numbers for the team this season. The 30-YO feels great playing around big names now.
Jrue Holiday draws comparison between the big men
The Bucks guard, Jrue Holiday has opened up his choice between Giannis Antetokounmpo and Anthony Davis. He said, “Giannis is always downhill. That’s one thing I feel is the difference between him and Anthony (Davis). Giannis puts pressure on people at the rim. Either I’m gonna get the charge or you’re gonna get the foul. Most of the time, I’m Giannis Antetokounmpo, I’m MVP and DPOY, you’re gonna get the foul. Regarding Anthony Davis, he said, “Anthony can go for 50, by shooting all midrange, offensive rebounds and stuff. The way that Giannis works is like a battery pack. He just never stopped coming at you.”
Anthony Davis recently made his comeback to the NBA after his achillies injury. While he is getting less minutes on the court, Giannis having a merry time destroying rims. Jrue Holiday has been witnessing Giannis closely and feels, he is striving to be ‘the best player’ in the world. The former MVP has made his way back with huge numbers for the Bucks. The Milwaukee Bucks are currently #3 in the EC. Jrue Holiday is a huge support for the team in the post season.