Giannis Antetokounmpo has been playing in MVP-level through the last few weeks for the Milwaukee Bucks. The back-to-back MVP had an impressive night versus the Wizards Monday recording his third consecutive triple-double.
Giannis became the first Bucks’ player to ever register a triple-double in three consecutive games. At the same time, he recorded his 7th career 30-point triple-double passing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the most in franchise history.
The superstar of Milwaukee was in a tear vs. the Washington Wizards recording a monster stat line. He scored 31 points, along with 15 rebounds and 10 assists, to propel the Bucks to a 133-122 victory over Washington.
The Bucks registered their fourth win in a row behind Antetokounmpo’s excellent night to improve at 25-14, two games behind the Philadelphia 76ers.