Giannis Antetokounmpo tosses ladder after 76ers employees don’t let him practice free throwsMontrezl,
Harrell did not appreciate Antetokounmpo’s act of frustration after Bucks lossemployees didn’t allow him to shoot free throws following Friday night’s loss to Joel Embiid and company.
Antetokounmpo, 27, went 4-for-15 from the free throw line in Milwaukee’s 102-110 loss to Philadelphia.
After the game, the Greek Freak wanted to practice his free throws, but a few of the arena’s employees were not letting him do so, which brought out the worst in Antetokounmpo.
He pushed the ladder to the ground before carrying on with his shots from the charity stripe.Montrezl Harrell did not appreciate Antetokounmpo’s act of frustration, yelling at him after the ladder hit the floor, and also stealing his basketball to keep him from shooting.
Giannis Antetokounmpo is one of the feel-good stories in the NBA. He’s one of the guys fans root for, even those who don’t root for the Bucks.
The two-time league MVP is a testament to all the hard work he has done throughout his life to build his skill set and become one of the best players of all-time.
That’s what made the events that happened after Friday’s game at Wells Fargo Center even more surprising.
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After the game, once nearly all the fans had cleared out, Antetokounmpo made his way back to the court, where he stepped to the free throw line and practiced his free throws.
This is extremely rare for a player to do after a home game, but on the road, it’s nearly unheard of.Kendrick Perkins calls out Giannis.
AntetokounmpoIn the video, fans can be heard expressing their shock at how Antetokounmpo handled the situation, a sentiment echoed by Kendrick Perkins.