MVP award means ‘winning’ for Giannis

Milwaukee, Wis. (WXOW)  The NBA title eluded the Bucks, but on Tuesday they’re basking in the glow of a major haul of postseasons awards.
Giannis, Mike Budenholzer and Jon Horst all recognized for their successes this past season.

The NBA held it’s awards night Monday night.
The highlight was Giannis Antetokuonmpo receiving his first league MVP award.
Afterwords, he gave an emotional speech in which he talked about his family, called his mom his hero and honored his late father.
After his speech, he talked about what winning the MVP meant.

“It’s all about winning. It’s all about going out there with your teammates and do whatever it take to win. I think that’s what we did as a team. We created great habits throughout the season. We were able to stick by them and that’s why we were able to have a chance. You saw the game we played. We were able to win 60 games,” Antetokuonmpo said.

Mike Budenholzer won the NBA’s Coach of the Year and general manager Jon Horst won Executive of the Year.

Scott Emerich

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