Giannis Antetokounmpo the star forward of the Milwaukee Bucks has been awarded the 10thyoungest MVP, in his mid-twenties when the results finally were declared at the third annual NBA Awards show in California. Giannis concluded James Harden’s reign as MVP. Harden who plays guard from Houston Rockets and some other finalists like Paul George from Oklahoma City Thunder competed for the title.
The votes for NBA awards comprise 50% of the votes by the members of the media consisting of a panel of 100 of media persons, and 50% of votes from the fans and players combined. Giannis, is the 10th youngest to have gotten a title of MVP after Derrick Rose who won it at the age of 22 in the year 2011. The crowd Antetokounmpo now hangs out with now includes star players who have won numerous MVP titles. Antetokounmpo during the beginning of the season, stood 21 days older to LeBron James when he received the title of MVP.
The cup of happiness that once overflowed now seemed to look still with the Bucks winning NBA-best 60 regular season games. Though Kawhi Leonard counterpoised Giannis that led him to be the youngest recipient for the MVP title. One of Giannis’s imperfections had been uncovered by the Raptors in one of the playoffs where the Bucks lost. However, later he pledged to return a more efficient trailblazer is his 7th season at the NBA.
In the regular season, when Giannis came across some even more dominating defenses that tried to block him, he knew he had to be the most dominating player captivating the audience and being a true roll player. His quick turnovers and efficient shoots at every game proved him to be even more coherent. This season he made use of 10% extra of his team’s offensive possessions.
As many as 12.5 rebounds and some combined steals every game, along with him being one of the best defenders and also begetting the opportunity to anchor one of the best defensive teams at the NBA this season, it did not come as a surprise that he was a finalist, and eventually the winner of the title of MVP this season.