Giannis Antetokounmpo is en route to creating an unforgettable legacy. Undoubtedly, he is one of the most lethal weapons the Milwaukee Bucks possess, and there is a trail of awards to back that up. While many campaigned for the Los Angeles Lakers‘ Anthony Davis to win the DPOY, Giannis took it home instead.
If that wasn’t enough, he also won the league MVP for the second time consecutively and has his name engraved on the Most Improved Player award as well.
He has created history by being the third player ever to win the DPOY and MVP in the same year, joining the likes of Michael Jordan and Hakeem Olajuwon. It looks like the star player is proud of his achievements and is ready to flaunt it.
The MVP and DPOY on the same pedestal as Michael Jordan and Hakeem?
The Milwaukee Bucks run during the post-season was just unlucky. Despite having the best record in the league, they were kicked out brutally from the Playoffs by the Miami Heat. The ‘Greek Freak’ was having a hard time holding the fort alone. It is high time they acquire somebody that shares the burden put on their key player.
Nevertheless, Giannis is still optimistic and wanted to share how far he has come. On twitter, he recently posted a video compilation of the best plays made by him, Michael Jordan and Hakeem Olajuwon. The video highlighted the similarities he has with the other two legends.
This video… 🤯🤯🤯 pic.twitter.com/FWiFu9nwPa
— Giannis Ugo Antetokounmpo (@Giannis_An34) September 23, 2020
Giannis has a lot going on for himself. Other than this, he also became the only player to have won the MIP alongside MVP and DPOY. After this, how can we not think he has the potential to achieve greatness?
What does the future hold for Giannis and Milwaukee Bucks?
As the Bucks enter the offseason, they have a very important matter to address. Giannis is about to enter free agency in 2021, and there is no way the Bucks can afford to lose him. Even though Giannis has given assurance of not leaving them repeatedly, the speculations will only come to rest when he makes the official decision.
Giannis wants to win, and if he doesn’t find that drive in the Bucks, he might want to look for it elsewhere.