Khris Middleton, Giannis Antetokounmpo
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Three-time NBA champion Draymond Green, who had his season end when the Golden State Warriors were eliminated in the play-in tournament, is closely watching the playoffs and sharing his insights.

Recently, he weighed in on how the Milwaukee Bucks are using Giannis Antetokounmpo after they lost Game 1 of the second round series against the Brooklyn Nets. Giannis had a game-high 34 points 35 minutes of play.

According to Green, the Bucks are getting the most of The Greek Freak in the playoffs. “If the bucks want to win this series, they have to go away from the Giannis pick and roll as the handler. It’s too predictable in a SEVEN game series against a team with equal or more talent,” he tweeted.

“They have not done a good job putting him in positions to be successful in the playoffs. It is NOT the same game,” Green added. “Why is everyone saying guys have to shoot better? Don’t y’all think Brooklyn’s game plan is to have the other guys shooting? As opposed to Giannis dunking….”