Giannis Antetokounmpo was on the verge of winning his second-straight MVP before the NBA season came to an abrupt end. And while we don't know how things will end this year, we know Giannis will be in the MVP conversation for many, many more years to come.
But he may not be the only Antetokounmpo competing for the award in the next few years. Giannis' brother, Alex, is on the rise at Dominican High School in Milwaukee.
With Alex set to graduate this summer, his path to the NBA is short and inevitable. At 6'8" and 190 pounds, the young stud is already showing size akin to his brother while displaying skills in controlling the ball, setting up his teammates, and dominating in the paint.
From what we've seen so far in his High School career, his ceiling is ridiculously high and his future appears bright.
As the youngest of all five Antetokounmpo brothers, he's the last one we'll see enter the NBA and, so far, only Giannis has proved to be a star-caliber player. Can Alex step up to challenge his brother? So far, it seems he stands a good chance.