The Milwaukee Bucks were knocked out of the NBA Playoffs on April 27. Now that their season is over, the players can relax and start their offseason - that is, unless your name is Giannis Antetokounmpo.
This week, The Greek Freak spent some time at Dayton University, visiting his brother Kostas, who is a freshman on the Flyers basketball team.
— UD Managers (@DaytonManagers) April 29, 2017
While playing a friendly game of one-on-one against a UD student, the 6-foot-11 NBA All-Star got tricky. With the ball out on the perimeter, Giannis reached his hand out as if he were going to shake the defender's hand. Instead, he pulled the poor defender's arm to get by him for an easy path to the basket.
Giannis finished the play with a windmill dunk and left the defender scratching his head.
— Aaron Horn (@AaronHorn12) April 30, 2017
This is a slick move if you ever need a quick 2 points when playing one-on-one against a buddy. No refs allowed.
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