The Greek Freak had a great night at home.
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 30 points, as part of his third triple-double of the season, as the Milwaukee Bucks thrashed the Golden State Warriors 118-99.
On the night that coach Mike Budenholzer returned to the Bucks’ bench after staying on COVID-19 protocols, Antetokounmpo welcomed him back with his 28th career triple-double.
The Greek star recorded 12 rebounds and 11 assists.
Budenholzer missed four games and was replaced by his assistant Darvin Ham. The Bucks were 1-3 in that span.
Khris Middleton had 23 points, Bobby Portis added 20 and Grayson Allen finished with 15.
Milwaukee was never behind and went into halftime with a 77-38 lead.
Antetokounmpo had 23 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in the first half.
The Bucks were just two points behind the biggest halftime lead in franchise history. They set that mark this season, on November 22, when they finished the first half with a 77-36 win over Orlando.
Finally, they won that match 123-92. (Agencies)