Giannis Antetokounmpo working on his jump-shot during Bucks’ practice

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Giannis Antetokounmpo has evolved rapidly from an unknown player in the Greek Second Division to the NBA’s MVP.

He gradually became one of the most dominant NBA players in the paint, while he continues to make strides in every aspect of his game, even after four months without real basketball activity.

Giannis took the court on the Milwaukee Bucks’ practice to work his jump-shot, as he is preparing to lead his team in the playoffs.

The Bucks superstar has made 32.7% of his jump-shots during the 57 games he played until March.

It seems that he is trying to improve this aspect of his game in order to prevent his opponents from “sagging off” in the perimeter.