diener34
Lets have a discussion:

Will he be better than MJ or simply as good as him?
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He will be as good as Lebron. So, better than MJ. Clearly.
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In all seriousness though, the thing I love most about him is how wide-eyed he is. It's like he's a 16 year old kid that got thrown onto an NBA court and is just trying his ass off to do something. But that 16 year old is 19, 6'10" and insanely skilled. I love how the game has come to him more and more and we've seen such huge strides from him. I would've never guessed he would've progressed this fast. Early on, he was just out there running around, missing assignments, clearly not in the right spots and playing off of skill only. The game has come to him a bit and he gets in great positions.

His hands must be GD sticky pillows. Those things will catch anything.

The one thing I would criticize of him is when he misses a shot, he really takes it to heart and will shut himself down for a bit. Almost like he thinks everyone's mad at him and he won't shoot for awhile. G, this is your team, take your shots!

Looking forward, I love Giannis, Henson, Middleton, and Sanders. That should be core pieces. Wolters can stick around, he's a good back up PG, but I don't want him as the future of that position. I've also grown fond of Miroslav Raduljica. He plays his spots against other true bigs, he bodys up, has great hands, finishes...he makes the Zaza contract that much worse. Everyone else can go. Ersan, Mayo, Knight, Butler, Udoh, Neal, Zaza...
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cameroncrazies02 wrote:
In all seriousness though, the thing I love most about him is how wide-eyed he is. It's like he's a 16 year old kid that got thrown onto an NBA court and is just trying his ass off to do something. But that 16 year old is 19, 6'10" and insanely skilled. I love how the game has come to him more and more and we've seen such huge strides from him. I would've never guessed he would've progressed this fast. Early on, he was just out there running around, missing assignments, clearly not in the right spots and playing off of skill only. The game has come to him a bit and he gets in great positions.

His hands must be GD sticky pillows. Those things will catch anything.

The one thing I would criticize of him is when he misses a shot, he really takes it to heart and will shut himself down for a bit. Almost like he thinks everyone's mad at him and he won't shoot for awhile. G, this is your team, take your shots!

Looking forward, I love Giannis, Henson, Middleton, and Sanders. That should be core pieces. Wolters can stick around, he's a good back up PG, but I don't want him as the future of that position. I've also grown fond of Miroslav Raduljica. He plays his spots against other true bigs, he bodys up, has great hands, finishes...he makes the Zaza contract that much worse. Everyone else can go. Ersan, Mayo, Knight, Butler, Udoh, Neal, Zaza...


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dfnewburry
Young GA shows the kind of flashes that Milwaukee fans have rarely ever seen but we must remind ourselves that these are the Bucks and they will trade him away for expiring contracts or fire the people who found this golden ticket to playoff paradise .








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So did he travel?

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diener34 wrote:
We knew.

29 games into his career, he had just had his first career game with 10+ shots attempted, I made this post and we knew.



so will he be better than MJ or just as good?
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diener34
We knew.

29 games into his career, he had just had his first career game with 10+ shots attempted, I made this post and we knew.
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diener34
Pretty clearly better.
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Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo is one of 3 finalists for both the 2019 NBA Most Valuable Player award and the 2019 NBA Defensive Player of the Year award.

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db11
He will be as good as Lebron. So, better than MJ. Clearly.
dfnewburry wrote:
Young GA shows the kind of flashes that Milwaukee fans have rarely ever seen but we must remind ourselves that these are the Bucks and they will trade him away for expiring contracts or fire the people who found this golden ticket to playoff paradise .


Perhaps Alando was on to something...lol.

Well, it seems unlikely he'll be traded for expiring contacts, although the folks who brought him here are gone...though more or less of their own accord.
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