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Giannis Antitokoumbo is one of the great stars of the NBA and leader of the “Milwaukee Bucks”. But to get to this point, it all started like today, on October 30, 2013, when Giannis Antitokoumbo made his NBA debut, playing in the legendary “Madison Square Garden” against the “New York Knicks”.

A few days before his 19th birthday, the then young Antetokunbo got 4:43, made two fouls, one mistake, but scored his first point from the line of fire, to start his amazing course with the “Milwaukee Bucks” ». What followed? Countless individual awards, two MVP awards, participations in All-Star Weekends and All-Star Games, even as a captain, awards for better, top defender, participations in the top five, progress to the playoffs and hopefully many more, but mainly a championship which will put him in the pantheon of the most important players in the history of the sport.

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