Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 13 points and recorded nine rebounds and seven assists in Milwaukee's 96-73 playoff-clinching victory over the Brooklyn Nets, helping the Bucks clinch the sixth seed in the East. Check out the video above to hear Giannis discuss his first postseason trip, his friendship with Michael Carter-Williams, and the improvements he's made to his infamous stink face.
"I learned my lesson you know. I went to the game with the Knicks, I was angry. Coach Sweeney told me, 'Why [are] you angry?'
"Because I didn't play, I was fresh, I'm angry. He told me if you do it for that game, you gotta keep doing it in all the games. So I try to be angry when I play, I try to be mad...mean man!"
On his friendship with Michael Carter-Williams:
"We work on it, from day one when he came in we were shooting together, we try to spend time together because we know it's important. He's young, he's our point guard, so we can develop as fast as possible, you know, the chemistry.
"What can I say, he's here 2.5 month ago yesterday, he's one of my best friends. If I stopped today playing in NBA, I know I'd have a good friend. But his locker's always dirty, I have to tell him to clean up..."