As he put together back-to-back MVP seasons, Giannis Antetokounmpo was quite open about how he wanted to play on the offensive end of the floor. Following the Bucks’ first deep postseason run in his first MVP season, Antetokounmpo candidly told The Athletic about how the strength he gained between his fifth and sixth seasons made him feel as though he could just “go and dunk it” on a lot of possessions.

Following a season-high 47 points against the Trail Blazers in April, Antetokounmpo joked that while he is always trying to work on his game, “if I can get into the paint 20 out of 20 times, I’ll get into the paint 20 times.” For Antetokounmpo, the preference is always getting to the basket and dominating the paint.





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