Giannis Antetokounmpo’s game time shenanigans are back, with the Bucks star starting a fake fight with teammates in Orlando.
NBA is back after almost four months and the Bucks seem very lively ahead of the season restart. Giannis has also indulged in hsi typical team fight ahead of the game vs Spurs.
Scrimmage game brings backs Buck’s pregame fights
Milwaukee Bucks played their first scrimmage game vs Spurs today and they were on song all through, beating Spurs 113-92..
And while the win was a satisfying one for Bucks fans, it was great to see Giannis and co. to indulge in their brilliant pre-match routine of picking up a fake fight amongst each other.
“I MISSED THIS!!” pic.twitter.com/9QU4zOyZ7O
— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) July 23, 2020
Giannis Antetokounmpo was seen ‘fake fighting’ with Robin Lopez and the rest of the team also joined the fight. The fight is a tradition that Bucks do before every game. The Bucks are high on confidence as they are No.1 seed team in the Eastern Conference and are in the list of tittle contentions.
The reason behind Bucks’ success
The team may not have big names but the rapport that Giannis and co. posses is one quality that a championship team has. The team players like to spend time on the court and enjoy playing with each other, as a result, the team reached Eastern Conference finals last year.
Milwaukee Bucks and Giannis
The Bucks can win the title this season, as they have the best record in the current season. Sports analysts are saying that this year Bucks are likely to win the Eastern Confrence final and can take on Lakers or the Clippers in the NBA finals.
However, predicting something in a season that has a had a 4 month layoff period would be a little premature.
Giannis will be a free agent next summer and is likely to sigh with Bucks itself. However, there are murmurs of the reigning MVP joining Klay and Steph at the Warriors.
The ‘Greek freak’ is averaging 29.6 points, 13.7 rebounds, and 5.8 assists per game in the 2019-20 NBA season. Giannis is likely to win the MVP award but will face competition from Lakers star LeBron James.