17 out of 21, 50+14+4!Giannis Antetokounmpo broke three records and turned into a superstar

On February 16, Beijing time, the NBA regular season, the Bucks at home against the Pacers.The Bucks didn’t lead early, but they dominated the game and didn’t give the Pacers much of a chance to come back, while Giannis antetokounmpo did a great job with 50 points and 14 rebounds to help them win.The Bucks beat the Pacers 128-119.Antetokounmpo was in great shape from the start, dunking early and driving to the basket for points as the Pacers pulled back inside. Antetokounmpo hit a 3-pointer and scored 12 points in the first quarter.Giannis antetokounmpo sat out the first part of the second quarter and returned to drive to the basket, scoring only six points but grabbing six rebounds and dishing out three assists to finish with 18 points and nine rebounds at the half.In the second half, the Pacers focused on antetokounmpo’s defense, which allowed antetokounmpo to make consecutive free throws. Antetokounmpo was hot, making all seven of his free throws and adding 13 points in the quarter.Putting up 31 points and 11 rebounds through three quarters was excellent, and it kept Giannis on the court for the rest of the quarter as the Pacers stayed close.Giannis antetokounmpo remained on fire in the final quarter, scoring 19 points on 7 of 7 shots to help the team seal the victory and deny the possibility of an upset.Giannis antetokounmpo finished with 50 points, 14 rebounds and four assists in 36 minutes, making 17 of 21 field goals, 2 of 3 from 3-point range and 14 of 18 free throws.The efficiency was horrendous, and the Pacers were at their mercy, halliburton said. “We struggled the whole game, but we couldn’t overcome antetokounmpo’s dominance.”Giannis antetokounmpo set a new three-game record with 50 points, a career high.It was also the third time in his career that he scored 50 points in a regular-season game, ranking second in Bucks history behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (10).Giannis antetokounmpo is the third player in history to have at least 50 points and 10 rebounds in a game while shooting at least 80 percent from the field, behind Joba Chamberlain (4) and Karl Malone (1).Looking at such a hot Antetokounmpo, have to sigh that his time has come.He has become a league superstar by winning the MVP two years in a row and the CHAMPIONSHIP and FMVP last year.The key to his growth is that he has grown from a small player entering the league to a muscular player with poor free throws and 3-pointers.

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