Giannis Antetokounmpo Didn’t Want The Bucks Selling Shirts Of His Dunk On Tim Hardaway Jr.
It’s been greater than a month since Milwaukee Bucks ahead Giannis Antetokounmpo lived as much as his “Greek Freak” nickname and jumped clear over New York Knicks guard Tim Hardaway for a dunk.
Giannis ran on the two-on-one quick break, when teammate Khris Middleton tossed the ball excessive, and Antetokounmpo slammed it house, leaping over the backtracking Hardaway. Hardaway barely had time to shift his head, and Antetokounmpo cleared him like he was working hurdles on the observe. Giannis even mentioned how he didn’t see Hardaway underneath earlier than jamming it by means of the ring.
The dunk was so ridiculous that the Bucks made a t-shift and promoted it on Twitter.
That didn’t final lengthy, nonetheless, as a few week after unveiling the shirts, they had been mysteriously gone.
In accordance with ESPN’s Eric Nehm, Antetokounmpo apparently didn’t assume it was proper to be promoting the shirts and acknowledged as a lot after one other win over the Knicks.
Antetokounmpo is about as stylish as they arrive if he was certainly behind the Bucks pulling the plug on the shirt.
The massive man’s understanding of how embarrassing it have to be for Hardaway Jr. to provide a brand new definition to poster dunks together with his namesake being on the receiving finish of a dunk immortalized on an precise t-shirt, then presumably setting the wheels in movement for Milwaukee to tug the plug on manufacturing is simply extremely all the way down to earth.