Giannis Antetokounmpo had a great postseason run with the Milwaukee Bucks, leading the team to its first NBA title in 50 years.

Kendrick Perkins, who was one of the fiercest critics of Giannis, claimed that the Bucks’ superstar will be considered the second-best power forward of all-time in a few years.

Giannis, 26, has a long way to go in his NBA career, so it’s clear that we cannot decide on his legacy just yet. However, the two-time MVP is making a strong case due to his already illustrious resume.

A two-time MVP award recipient, DPOY, multiple All-Star appearances and All-NBA teams nods, and of course, an NBA title and a Finals MVP.

Can the Greek Freak surpasses all-time NBA greats like Dirk Nowitzki, Charles Barkley, Kevin Garnett and Karl Malone? Only time will tell.