Giannis Antetokounmpo always finds a way to extend his dominance over several aspects of his game. Over the years, the former NBA Champion became a lethal threat on offense making him one of deadliest two way players in the league. Standing at almost 7 feet tall, his excellence on the court continues to reign above his opponents and it looks like he has a very bright future ahead of him.
This past season, he finished among the top five candidates for the MVP as it was an attempt to win his third in five years. He averaged 29.9 points, 11.6 rebounds, and 5.8 assists per game last season and helped the Milwaukee Bucks finish third in the Eastern Conference after a very rocky start to the season. Khris Middleton was sidelined for a good amount of the season and as a result it took a toll on the Bucks offense.
Giannis Antetokounmpo becomes the new of the NBA franchise
We all know that LeBron James along with several others have been in dominance for almost two whole decades. The King also put up a historic performance last season averaging 30.1 points per game during year nineteen. But Giannis Antetokounmpo‘s emergence is highly inevitable. Every great legacy will eventually come to end and be succeeded by another top level talent. We witnessed Michael Jordan hand over the keys to Kobe Bryant and the same to LeBron.
The Greek Freak is also slowly headed that way. His last few seasons were phenomenal as he led the Milwaukee Bucks to the NBA Finals during the 2020-21 season where they defeated the Phoenix Suns to win the title after a 50-year drought. Prior to that he won the league MVP award back to back and became the defensive player of the year as well. He is only one of very few to have done it in the same year as winning the MVP award.
Giannis Antetokounmpo reposts a diss track about his competitors
Giannis Antetokounmpo is usually a very light hearted and high spirited personality. You would often find him making jokes about the pricy restaurants of Los Angeles and tweet about his daily discoveries of living aboard. The two time MVP seems to have dropped some shade over his fellow NBA players after he reposted a track titled “If Giannis made a diss track,” uploaded by one of his followers.
The rap songs lyrics went as follows,“CP where you at get back, cause your championship got snatched. D-Book where you at get back, you was talking all crazy what’s that. Talk facts, let’s be honest: ain’t nobody that’s better than Giannis. 50-point game six, yeah I got it. I’m a Greek legend like Adonis. Lakers won in the bubble, we won when it’s real. I put on 50 pounds, and can’t nobody stop me, When they see me going downhill, you better move, hope you gotta will.”