Movistar + colleague Nacho García interviewed Giannis Antetokounmpo at the Fiserv Center after proclaiming himself champion of the NBA. The Milwaukee Bucks player asked the journalist if he was Greek, and Nacho replied that he was not, that he was Spanish, and that “it all started in Zaragoza” (we remember that Anteto belonged to the Maño team a few weeks before leaving for the NBA). Knowing that it was a Spaniard, Giannis remembered his brother Alex, who last season played in the second team of the UCAM Murcia, without too many opportunities in the first team. Good vibes, Giannis sent a message to the leaders of the Murcian team:
“Murcia … Why doesn’t Murcia love my brother? Why? My brother is very talented, very talented.”
The microphone of @nachogarciad could have Anteto!
After winning the ring, he remembered @ACBCOM, his brother Alex Antetokounmpo and @CasademontZGZ and @UCAMMurcia. #NBA Generation pic.twitter.com/7ZNQklixWY
– NBA in Movistar + (@MovistarNBA) July 22, 2021