Anteto keeps thinking about the World Cup: "I felt like a prisoner"

The star of the Bucks and Greece talks about the failure in the World Cup and the rules of FIBA basketball: "Now I am free again."


Giannis Antetokounmpo still has the bitter aftertaste of the World Cup in China, to which the Greek team of which he is headliner succumbed despite being one of the favorites. The Greek tragedy was perfectly seen in the match in which they fell eliminated: Anteto did not know how to adapt his game to the international basketball team and his team depended too much on him, the rivals knew it and forced him into his weak points, which led the NBA player to exceed

The forward has talked about it in his return to Milwaukee, where he has already played the first preseason game with the Bucks: 22 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists in a great victory by 133-99 against the Jazz, another favorite to Everything in the NBA next season. After the game, one sentence: "I prefer NBA basketball, here I am free again."

EuroHoops picks up the full quote: "I felt good again. Because playing under the rules of the FIBA I felt like a prisoner. It was as if I had to leave a cell. The rules, the spaces ... I felt like I had to play one against five every time I had the ball in my hands. In the NBA it's different. "



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