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Giannis Resume

Giannis Resume

Giannis Resume

Giannis is back in the NBA, brining you the power of his resume. Designed with plenty of style and substance for the buzz, your resume will never go out of style.

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Last night, Giannis Antetokounmpo fulfilled his promise to the city of Milwaukee. 50 years after the last Bucks’ team to win the NBA Finals, Giannis scored 50 points to help the Bucks finish off the Phoenix Suns in six games. As most assumed, Giannis was named the NBA Finals MVP. With the award and the title, he joins a very elite (and short) list of players to achieve all the things he has in his career. Which begs the question: at 26 years old, is Giannis already a Hall of Famer?

The fact that Giannis is just 26 years old is amazing. He has a good decade (or longer) of basketball left to be played and has already cemented himself as one of the game’s legends. If he were to retire today, there is no doubt he would be in the Hall of Fame. Of course, he won’t retire any time soon. Thankfully, Milwaukee has the opportunity to watch this figure out of Greek mythology dazzle on the courts of years to come. Who knows? This could be the first of many titles he takes home for the Bucks. (Source: wisportsheroics.com)

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It was another phenomenal season for Antetokounmpo in his seventh year as a member of the Milwaukee Bucks. He compiled 28.1 points, 11 rebounds, six assists, 1.2 steals, and 1.2 blocks per game while playing 33 minutes per game. He converted on 57% of his field-goal attempts which is the second-highest mark so far in his career. He finished the season making only 30% of his threes which is slightly above his career average (28.7%) and shot 68% from the charity stripe which is the highest mark since the 2018-2019 season.

While the regular season numbers are always going to be jaw-dropping for Giannis, his biggest improvement came in the postseason. We have seen him struggle in prior postseason series handling double-teams as he would make silly turnovers or try and force a pass to a teammate who was covered on the opposite side of the floor. However, this last postseason was a totally different Giannis. He was still an unstoppable force, but he was much more patient when facilitating the basketball and having the game come to him, and not forcing the issue. You can’t succeed without falling flat on your face, and the last few disappointing endings for both Antetokounmpo and the Bucks certainly helped them finally win an NBA title. (Source: www.brewhoop.com)

 

 

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