Ex-NBA Player Says Giannis Antetokounmpo Has Gotten Worse Over the Years


Ryan Hollins: “Giannis in 2021 is the same Giannis he was in 2020 and 2019. In fact, he might have gotten worse! Last year he was the MVP and Defensive Player of the Year, and he got NONE of that [this year]. He’s the SAME player. You know what he’s got? And he better thank his lucky stars. Instead of you [talking to Chris Broussard] riding Giannis’ coattail you need to be talking about Jrue Holiday. It’s the same Giannis as 2019, it’s the same dude!... You know who you should be crediting? The coaching staff! ‘The last two years “Giannis Ball” hasn’t worked, why don’t you pass the ball to Jrue Holiday? Why don’t you get Middleton involved?’” (Audio Above, FULL Segment at Bottom of Page)

Listen to Ryan Hollins and Chris Broussard get into a heated discussion about Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 'supposed' emergence during these 2021 NBA Finals, as Hollins says Giannis’ rise has been greatly exaggerated and that Jrue Holiday and the Bucks’ coaching staff should be the ones being celebrated.

Check out the segment above as Hollins, a former 10-year NBA, explains why he actually thinks Giannis has gotten WORSE since the 2019 season when he won both the MVP and Defensive Player of the Year Award.

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