After leading the Bucks to the NBA title in 2020-21, Antetokounmpo continues to make history and break records with the team. On Friday in their game against the Houston Rockets, the 27-year-old recorded two blocks to break the record for the most blocks in team history.
He left the game with 805 blocks
Giannis Antetokounmpo already leads the Bucks in free-throw attempts, defensive rebounds and triple-doubles, and if he stays with the Cream City squad for his whole career, then it is more than likely that he becomes the all-time leader in many categories.
Individual accolades and team records aside, there is no doubt Giannis has already put himself in the Top 2 or 3 Bucks players of all time alongside Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson. He has already done a lot for the franchise in just nine years, and his rise to stardom is an epic story worth sharing.