Basketball superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo is unstoppable with the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA. In a 132/88 win against the New York Knicks, the champion's twelfth win of 1971 in a row, last season's most valuable player (MVP) again staged a gala performance with just 29 minutes and 15 rebounds in just under 22 minutes of play.
The "Greek Freak" hit 71.4 percent of his throws in the field, and his older brother Thanasis also contributed ten points to the success. With 18 wins in three defeats, the Bucks are the strongest team in the North American professional league.
The most unsuccessful franchises so far are the Golden State Warriors. The series finalist, who has long renounced his injured star players Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, has already conceded the 18th defeat of the season with only four wins in the 79:10 defeat at the Atlanta Hawks. Best throwers of the game were Atlantas young star Trae Young and Warriors professional Eric Paschall with 24 points each.