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It's been over a week since we last saw Giannis Antetokounmpo dunk, so it feels like a good time to take a trip down memory lane. Hit the video above to watch all 95 of Giannis' dunks from the last season, a figure that ranked him 13th in the NBA and ahead of the likes of LeBron James (88), Blake Griffin (84) and Andrew Wiggins (79). (video by DownToBuck and h/t to Aaron Perine)
Basketball Twitter pal @jga41agher put together a video looking back on this crazy Bucks season. He set it to "See you Again," the same song that paid tribute to Paul Walker in Furious 7, so if you start getting a case of the feels, don't be ashamed. You're not alone.
The Bucks' road struggles continued last night in New Orleans, but don't blame Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Bucks' sophomore sensation continues to dazzle, and last night he rose to the challenge against Anthony Davis with 15 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 blocks.
The Bucks are on the verge of losing their eighth straight road loss, but don't blame Giannis Antetokounmpo. He has a team-high 19 points midway through the fourth quarter, and he served up the assist of the night with this slick one-touch around-the-back dish to Miles Plumlee for the big dunk.
For everyone who complains about late-game offense devolving into hero-ball chucking, this one's for you. Leading by two with under 30 seconds left, the Bucks beat the clock (and the Magic defense) with terrific passing from Michael Carter-Williams and Zaza Pachulia, whose final dumpoff to Giannis Antetokounmpo led to the game-clinching slam.
The Warriors shot 53% and led by as many as 13 in the first half tonight in Oakland, but some serious hustle helped the Bucks reel off a 15-2 run to draw even at the half. Exhibit A: Here's Giannis Antetokounmpo going full extension to get the steal, which sets up the circus around-the-back dish from Ersan Ilyasova to Michael Carter-Williams, who finds Khris Middleton for the and-one finish.