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Many superstars leave basketball when they retire, or least don’t take the coaching path. But Giannis Antetokounmpo seems to be one of those who want to be involved in that side of the game when he’s done playing.

Though that may not be in the near future as the 27-year-old forward is still one of the best players in the NBA and is nowhere near to retirement.

Giannis got to experience coaching during the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game as he coached Dwyane Wade’s celebrity team. The two-time league MVP says he enjoyed it.

Via Jim Owczarski of USA Today Sports:

“I was in it – I wanted to win,” he told the Journal Sentinel. “Afterward, when I retire, I want to be a head coach. A lot of people don’t know that about me, but I want to be a head coach. I really want to be. It’s kind of hard, because you have no control. And, I know the game of basketball, I know how to play the game of basketball, so it’s hard.”