Giannis Antetokounmpo Kisses NBA Championship Trophy, Then Tells Finals MVP Trophy "Don't Be Jealous"

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Giannis Antetokounmpo Kisses NBA Championship Trophy, Then Tells Finals MVP Trophy "Don't Be Jealous"

Giannis Antetokounmpo has fulfilled his dream tonight. He helped lead the Milwaukee Bucks to their first NBA championship in 50 years. For Giannis, his victory was a vindication of everything he believes he is, and everything that people said he isn't. Antetokounmpo was monstrous for the Bucks, and was named Finals MVP for his incredible performances. Tonight's Game 6 performance by Giannis will surely go down in history as one of the greatest single-game NBA Finals performances. Giannis is on top of the world right now, and nothing can bring him down. And clearly, he is enjoying holding the Larry O'Brien trophy in one hand, and the Bill Russell Finals MVP trophy in the other.

During his interaction with the press, Giannis Antetokounmpo walked in with both trophies in his arms. 'The Greek Freak' was draped in gold as he addressed the media. In a silent moment, he kissed the Larry O'Brien Trophy. This has become customary for any player winning a title. However, even in what could be the best moment of his career, Giannis found humor in life. After the kiss, he turned to his right, where the Finals MVP Trophy was, and said to the trophy "Don't Be Jealous".

Clearly, Giannis is enjoying himself to the fullest after accomplishing the biggest hurdle of his career so far. And fans are loving this side of Giannis, as his joy and sincerity are heartwarming for people who love the game. At the age of 26, Giannis Antetokounmpo has accomplished almost everything a superstar hopes to achieve. He's been an NBA champion, Finals MVP, regular-season MVP twice, Defensive Player Of The Year, All-Star Game MVP, and multiple All-NBA nominations. But despite the wealth of accomplishments he has, he isn't going to look to rest on his laurels. Best believe, Giannis will be looking for even more success as he goes forward.